The Diamondbacks could desperately use another complete game from Patrick Corbin, something he gave them in his most recent start.
The Phillies certainly can't count on a similarly lengthy outing from Roy Halladay.
After Saturday's 18-inning marathon, the Diamondbacks and Phillies will have some beat-up bullpens in Sunday's finale as Halladay makes his surprise return to the hill against Arizona's young All-Star left-hander.
The Phillies rallied from a 6-0 deficit Saturday and scored four in the eighth inning to head into extras tied at 7. But no more runs were scored until the 18th, when Philadelphia (58-71) was forced to use outfielder Casper Wells on the mound. He got two outs before Arizona erupted for five runs, and the Diamondbacks went on to win a 12-7 marathon that took 7 hours, 6 minutes -- setting a mark for length of game for both teams.
"(Wells) actually came out with some good stuff and looked like he was going to put a zero up there," Phillies interim manager Ryne ...