Last night's game lasted seven hours and six minutes, which was the longest in D-backs franchise history. The 18 innings equaled the longest in franchise history for the fourth time and Arizona has won all four of those games. Last night, the D-backs defeated the Phillies, 12-7 and among the notable records and occurrences were:
- The D-backs drew 18 walks, a team record and the most in Major League Baseball since July 2, 2004 when the Phillies drew 18 vs. Baltimore
- Cliff Pennington and Tony Campana each drew a franchise-record five walks, becoming the first set of teammates with five walks in a game since at least 1916
- The D-backs used 22 players, tied for the second-most in club history and the most since a club-record 25 on Sept. 16, 2006 vs. Colorado
- The D-backs are the first team in baseball with three games of at least 16 innings in one season since the 1989 Dodgers
- Josh Collmenter pitched 2.1 innings giving him 25.2 IP in extra innings this year, the most in MLB since Cleveland's Dan Spillner's 27.2 in 1982.
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