Arizona trailed 2-0 entering the ninth inning, but scored twice to force extra innings. Peralta got that rally started as well with another solo blast, while Steven Souza Jr. tied the game with an RBI single. Peralta's first long ball came off of Seranthony Dominguez, who gave way to Luis Garcia before the Diamondbacks tied things up.
That disaster of an inning for the Phillies spoiled Jake Arrieta's masterful outing, as he lasted eight innings without giving up a run, while holding the opposing lineup to just three hits. He left with a 2-0 lead and seemed to be on his way to a fifth straight victory. Arrieta has been red hot since July, going 4-0 with a 2.80 ERA in the month. That's after he went 0-4 with a 6.66 ERA in June. He was taken out of Monday's game after needing 110 pitches to get through eight innings.
Austin Davis went on to give up the game-winner to Peralta, which gave Yoshihisa Hirano his third win in relief. Hirano threw a scoreless 14th inning, but nearly gave up a tie when Jorge Alfaro just missed on a home run for the final out of the frame. Zack Godley pitched well, allowing two runs on five hits over 7.1 innings. He struck out seven in the no-decision effort.
Both teams are in the thick of the playoff race, as the Phillies hold a one-game lead on the Atlanta Braves for the top spot in the NL East. The Diamondbacks are up by just a half-game on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West. This series will continue at Chase Field on Tuesday night.