PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks rallied to beat the Phillies, 2-1, in 11 innings Sunday afternoon.
The Diamondbacks won it on a two-out, RBI single by Daniel Descalso against Edubray Ramos. He drove in Paul Goldschmidt who had reached base on a two-out single. Chris Owings followed Goldschmidt and drew a 12-pitch walk.
It was the Phillies' 50th loss in 74 games.
The Phillies tied the game at 1-1 on a pinch-hit single by Howie Kendrick with two outs in the seventh.
The Phillies dropped to 24-50 and 10-30 on the road. They have scored just three runs in losing two in a row to the Diamondbacks.
Starting pitching report
Phillies starter Jeremy Hellickson scattered three hits and a run over six walk-free innings. He struck out seven. Over his last two starts, the right-hander has given up just two runs in 13 innings. He has walked just two over that span. Hellickson did not give up a home run after allowing at least one in six straight starts.
Arizona right-hander Randall Delgado pitched four-hit, one-walk ball over five shutout innings.
Luis Garcia pitched two scoreless and struck out three for the Phillies. His biggest strikeout came with two men on base and two outs in the bottom of the eighth. He struck out Gregor Blanco to keep the game tied at 1-1. Garcia has rung up six straight scoreless outings.
Pat Neshek got some help from centerfielder Odubel Herrera in pitching a scoreless ninth. Joaquin Benoit pitched a scoreless 10th.
Arizona reliever Rubby De La Rosa allowed a two-out triple to Aaron Altherr in the sixth inning. He then struck out Tommy Joseph on three pitches to end the frame and protect a 1-0 lead.
An inning later, Archie Bradley was faced with a similar situation but he gave up a bloop single to Kendrick and the Phillies tied the game at 1-1. The run was charged to Andrew Chafin.
Fernando Rodney pitched a scoreless ninth and Jorge De La Rosa a scoreless 10th. T.J. McFarland pitched a scoreless 11th and got the win.
At the plate
Aaron Altherr had three hits. Cameron Perkins struck out three times. He has struck out eight times in his first 22 at-bats.
Arizona took a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning. Nick Ahmed doubled against Hellickson and scored on a single by Paul Goldschmidt.
In the field
Center fielder Herrera made a leaping catch at the wall (right in front of 407-foot sign) for the third out in the bottom of the ninth. The catch, on a long drive by Descalso, preserved a 1-1 tie and sent the game into extra innings.
On the bases
Maikel Franco doubled in the second inning and was picked off by pitcher Delgado.
Updates here on Jerad Eickhoff and Kendrick (see story).
After the game, the Phillies promoted second base prospect Scott Kingery to Triple A Lehigh Valley.
The series concludes Monday afternoon with Nick Pivetta (1-3, 4.46) facing Zack Greinke (8-4, 3.14).