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Recap: Diamondbacks 9, Indians 8 (14)

Diamondbacks 9, Indians 8 (14): Aaron Hill's single to the warning track in center field with one out of the bottom of the 14th inning scored Gerardo Parra as Arizona outlasted visiting Cleveland a 5-hour, 32-minute marathon.

Parra led off the inning with a single off Mark Lowe (0-1) for his fifth hit of the contest - tying a career high - and stole second before moving to third on Paul Goldschmidt's flyout to center. Hill's second run-scoring hit of the game made a winner of Josh Collmenter (6-4), who pitched a scoreless 14th to hand the Indians their fourth straight loss.

Carlos Santana, who reached base six times on four hits and two walks, hit a two-run homer in the top of the 11th inning to give Cleveland an 8-6 lead. Arizona rallied in the bottom of the inning on David Peralta's homer and Ender Inciarte's RBI single, one of his four hits on the night.

The wild game saw Cleveland's opportunity to win it in the 13th foiled when Jason Kipnis was cut down at the plate trying for an inside-the-park homer on a strong relay throw by Diamondbacks shortstop Didi Gregorius. Arizona was one out from winning in nine innings when Yan Gomes (three hits, three RBIs) drilled a line single to center off Addison Reed to make it 6-6.

Lonnie Chisenhall's two-run triple highlighted a four-run second inning as Cleveland took a 4-1 lead. The Diamondbacks chipped away and went ahead 6-5 on Hill's run-scoring single in the sixth and the lead held up until Reed blew the save prior to the extra-inning hijinks.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Both starters pitched four-plus innings - Cleveland's Justin Masterson allowed five runs and seven hits and Arizona's Wade Miley gave up five runs (four earned) and eight hits. ... Santana is batting .371 with six homers over his last 17 games. ... The Diamondbacks compiled 19 hits and left 19 runners on base, while the Indians had 14 hits and stranded 12 runners. ... Arizona SS Chris Owings (shoulder) missed his third straight game.