Derek Jeter waited a long time for his first win as CEO of the Miami Marlins.
Not in terms of games — just innings.
Miguel Rojas' sharp single to center brought home Brian Anderson with two out in the 17th inning, giving the Marlins a 2-1 win over the Chicago Cubs in a 5-hour, 18-minute marathon that left Jeter beaming and high-fiving anyone he could reach when it was finally over.
"It's one of those wins that feel really good for our club," Marlins manager Don Mattingly said.
The teams went through 14 pitchers, had 119 at-bats and combined for 34 strikeouts and 33 runners left on base. Kris Bryant homered in the top of the third to make it...