After the Phillies dropped the first game in 11 innings, they found a way to win the nightcap in 13 innings, 2-1, despite getting just five hits and committing three errors.
After 13 innings, 342 pitches and 36 players used between the Phillies and White Sox, Jimmy Rollins crossed home plate at 12:40 a.m. on a base hit by Michael Young to score the Phillies' second run.
The game lasted 3 hours, 53 minutes. Game 1 was exactly the same length.
John Lannan tossed his second straight eight-inning outing and held Chicago to one run (unearned) and four hits. Hector Santiago went 7 1/3 for the White Sox, allowing one run and three hits while striking out nine.
The bullpen shined for the Phillies. Luis Garcia pitched two scoreless innings and Justin De Fratus, Jake Diekman and Joe Savery each tossed a scoreless frame. Savery earned his second win of the season — his other win also came in a 13-inning game.
John Mayberry Jr. tied the game 1-1 in the seventh on home run No. 7 of the season. Michael Young, leading off in place of the injured Ben Revere, was the only Phillie with two hits. He went 2 for 6.
Revere out indefinitely
Ben Revere suffered a broken right foot after fouling a ball off himself in the 11th inning of Game 1.
He'll be out indefinitely, which is terrible news for the Phillies. The centerfielder has raised his average from .200 to .305 since May 1 and was hitting .388 in July. He'll go on the disabled list with a 10-game hitting streak.
The Phillies are back at the ballpark in a matter of hours to wrap up the three-game set and head into the All-Star break. Cole Hamels (4-11, 4.17) opposes Jose Quintana (4-2, 3.67).