ATLANTA — Chipper Jones hit a two-run homer in the 11th and the Braves overcame Carlos Ruiz's seven RBIs to beat the Phillies 15-13 Wednesday night.
Atlanta rallied from a 6-0 deficit against Roy Halladay then came back from four down in the eighth.
"It was just a weird game," said Atlanta catcher Brian McCann, who hit a grand slam off Halladay. "Stuff you've never seen happen."
Dan Uggla led off the Atlanta 11th with a single. Jones just missed a homer on a ball that landed foul to right, then connected against Brian Sanches. It ended the Braves' eight-game losing streak to the Phillies.
It was the highest-scoring extra-inning game since Cleveland beat Kansas City 15-13 in 10 innings in 2006, STATS LLC said.
"When you have games like this, your teammates are out there grinding and getting it done, and I didn't," Halladay said. "And that was the difference."