Evan Longoria knocks out 4th, D-backs lead Phillies

Evan Longoria drove in four runs and arizona diamondbacks Recorded a resounding 9-8 win over visiting Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night to record his sixth consecutive win

Ketel Marte had three hits and three runs scored and Jake McCarthy also had three hits as Arizona came back from a four-run deficit to win for the 12th time in 14 games. Emmanuel Rivera and Pavin Smith each drove in two runs, and Corbin Carroll reached base four times on two hits and two hit by pitches.

JT Realmuto became the first Philadelphia player to hit on the cycle since David Bell in 2004, and he drove in three runs. Alec Bohm drove in two runs for Philadelphia, which lost for just the second time in nine games.

Together Phillies Down 9–7, Realmuto doubled off the left-center field wall to start the ninth, completing the majors’ first cycle by a catcher since George Kottaras did one for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2011.

Two outs later, Bryson Stott singled home Realmuto to make it a one-run game. Pinch hitter Cody Clemens then missed a two-run, go-ahead homer before striking out on the next pitch, as Arizona’s Miguel Castro made his seventh save.

Arizona trailed 5–1 before scoring eight consecutive runs.

Smith stroked a two-out, two-run single in the third inning off Philadelphia starter Matt Strahm to end the night. Strahm gave up three runs, four hits, and one walk. He got one out.

diamondbacks Tied the score in the fourth with three straight two-out hits against Yunier Marte. Ketel Marte doubled, Rivera scored a run on a single and Carroll tripled.

In the sixth inning, Rivera’s sacrifice fly off Dylan Covey (1–2) gave Arizona a 6–5 lead. Later in the inning, Longoria diamondbacks Four run lead. The homer traveled 434 feet and was Longoria’s ninth of the season.

Phillies hit for two runs in the seventh. Bryce Harper delivered an RBI double, and two batters later, Bohm singled in Harper to bring Philadelphia within 9–7. In the eighth, Harper came in with two on and two outs and struck out against Andrew Chafin

Dre Jameson (3-1) was credited with the win.

diamondbacks Starter Tommy Henry allowed five runs and nine hits in 4 2/3 innings. he hit a six and went for a single

– Field Level Media