Down 5-2 entering the eighth inning, the Phillies rallied again, scoring four runs to take the lead, and the win from the D-backs, 6-5.
After Lee surrendered five runs in the first three innings, the Phillies seemed all but doomed.
Just like one night ago, however, the Phillies would rally late.
This time, the Phillies would be successful in that rally, scoring two runs in the seventh before breaking out in the eighth inning to take the lead.
Ryan Howard would reach base on an error to start the eighth inning, and come around to score three batters later on a single by Carlos Ruiz.
Cody Asche would double home two runs to tie the game, and Ben Revere would single to bring home Ruiz, giving the Phillies the lead, and eventually, the win.
Jonathan Papelbon would come on to close things out in the ninth, as the Phillies won 6-5 over the D-backs.
A.J. Burnett will make the start Sunday afternoon, as the Phillies close out their series with the D-backs.
Notes: Darin Ruf (strained oblique) is making progress in rehab. The slugger could play in extended spring training as early as next week.
By: Kyle Babcock
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