PITTSBURGH -- Once again, the Arizona Diamondbacks found a victory to be worth the wait. Adam Eatons bloop double in the 16th inning drove in two runs and the Diamondbacks outlasted the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 on Sunday. Eatons career-high fourth hit came during his seventh at-bat, giving Arizona its club-record 13th win in extra innings this season. "As long as you want to go, well go with you and stay in a dogfight," Eaton said. "Well play as long as we need to play." The Diamondbacks needed seven pitchers Sunday over 4 hours, 39 minutes, in improving to 13-5 in extra-inning games. Arizonas victory was its 27th in its final at-bat, by far the most in the majors. It also was the Diamondbacks 36th comeback win -- second-most in the majors -- and ninth in as many games when playing beyond nine innings on a so-called "travel day." "It can be frustrating when you get into extra innings and dont come through, but all you can do is keep battling and our guys do that," Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said. With A.J. Pollock and Didi Gregorius on base and two outs in the 16th, Eaton fought off a 1-0 pitch from Kris Johnson and dunked the ball into shallow left-centre. A sprinting Andrew McCutchen failed in his attempt at a diving catch. "That ball wasnt exactly crushed," Eaton said. "He threw a slider and I tried to stay through it, and good things happen when you put the ball in play." Arizona remained five games behind Cincinnati in the race for the second NL wild-card spot. Pittsburghs lead in the NL Central dwindled to one game over St. Louis. The Pirates dropped two of three to Arizona, losing their third consecutive series. "Were playing good baseball; were just in a stretch here," Pittsburgh second baseman Neil Walker said. "We need to keep grinding it out and keep playing hard. Weve played a lot of innings, so its taxing us a little bit." Pittsburgh lost its third extra-inning game in six days. The Pirates have played 69 innings during that span -- the equivalent of almost eight games. The resulting weary bullpen was why they summoned Johnson from Triple-A Indianapolis in a move that was announced less than hour before game time. Johnson (0-1) threw 82 pitches in six innings. He had five strikeouts and allowed five hits and two walks. "Its satisfying -- I just wish I could have done a little more," Johnson said. Johnson is a 28-year-old minor league veteran of 189 games. He was 10-4 with two saves and a 2.41 ERA in 25 games (20 starts) with Indianapolis this season. "Just a fantastic effort for your major league debut," Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. "We couldnt ask him to do any more than he did other than to find a way to win that game." Wade Miley limited the Pirates to two runs over eight innings and Aaron Hill went 4 for 7 to extend his hitting streak to 11 games for Arizona. The Diamondbacks (64-58) play their next four games in Cincinnati against the Reds, who are 2 1/2 games back of the Pirates in the division race. Six Arizona relievers combined to pitch eight scoreless innings. Brad Ziegler (7-1) had two strikeouts while pitching perfect 14th and 15th innings, and J.J. Putz worked around two walks -- one intentional -- in the 16th to earn his sixth save. Johnson struck out swinging to end the game. After Hills bases-loaded single scored Eaton in the sixth, the Diamondbacks had the bases loaded and no outs with an opportunity take the lead. They tied it at 2 when Gerardo Parra grounded into a double play. Pirates starter Charlie Morton allowed two runs on seven hits and three walks with six strikeouts. Tony Watson allowed a single during each of his two innings, but struck out the side in the ninth. Mark Melancon worked a scoreless 10th and has allowed an earned run during just one of his past 26 outings. The Pirates scored once each in the first and third on RBI doubles from Russell Martin and Jordy Mercer, who had three hits. Miley, who has a 2.04 ERA over his past nine starts, limited baserunners. Together with Arizonas relievers, they combined to throw 13 consecutive shutout innings until the offence was able to break through. "Were always confident because we know somebody is going to get the job done," Pollock said. "We have a lot of good guys on this team and you know someone is going to come through." NOTES: OF Andrew Lambo was optioned to Triple-A and C Michael McKenry was transferred to the 60-day disabled list to make room on the Pirates roster for Johnson. ... Starling Marte went 2 for 4 against Miley and has reached safely in 12 of his past 19 plate appearances against left-handers. ... The Pirates were set to leave after the game for the West Coast, where they will play seven games in seven days. In NL games played in California over the past two seasons, the Pirates are 1-11. ... RHP Randall Delgado (4-3, 3.53 ERA) starts for Arizona on Monday night against the Reds RHP Bronson Arroyo (11-9, 3.35). Custom Washington Redskins Jerseys . (AP) -- The head of the committee that developed Major League Baseballs plan to expand instant replay says he is optimistic the system will be in place this season, even though owners and unions for players and umpires have yet to approve. John Riggins Jersey . One out away from finishing off an impressive shutout, they let a must-win game slip away. http://www.officialwashingtonredskinsfoo...r-jersey-womens. The Flames announced Monday that Treliving, a former assistant general manager with the Coyotes, will take over the vacant GM spot in Calgary. "Im ready for this,"Treliving said. Colt McCoy Jersey . 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"I hit a lot of quality shots right out of the blocks this morning." Canadian Ryan Yip and American John Young Kim each shot 65s to tie the previous record and were in second place. David McKenzie had a 66 while two-time champion Aaron Baddeley was in a group with 67s. "I like to see the ball running and thats what this course offers me," said Yip, a regular on the Canadian Tour. Asked if he though Scott knew who he was, Yip replied: "I guarantee he doesnt ...." Rory McIlroy, trying to win for the first time this year, shot 69, seven behind Scott. McIlroy made the turn at 2-under, bogeyed 11 and 12 but had three birdies in his final seven holes, including on the 18th. American Kevin Streelman, who played with Matt Kuchar on the runner-up American team in last weeks World Cup at Royal Melbourne, shot 70 playing in the same group as Scott and Jason Day. Day, who wwon the individual stroke play at the World Cup, also shot 70.dddddddddddd Scott could not recall starting any round with six birdies, thinking that he once had five in a row to start a round in Qatar. He finished his round Thursday with approach to nearly tap-in range on the ninth. "Im off to a good start, but a lot of work to do yet," Scott said. "Its been a long time since I shot a low round like this. Its a tough setup but it was a perfect morning for it." Scott joked that since he started on the back nine with six birdies, then birdied his last four on the front nine, the scorecard will appear as if he had 10 consecutive birdies -- "maybe as time goes by, I can embellish and say I had 10 in a row." Most of the best scores Thursday came in the morning groups as the wind picked up in the afternoon. Similar weather conditions are forecast for Friday when Scott will play in the afternoon. "If the forecast stays the way its supposed to Ill get the best of the conditions," McIlroy said of his scheduled morning tee time Friday. "Ill try and go out there and shoot a good score and see what happens tomorrow afternoon for those guys. Well get the best of the greens and hopefully I can hole a few." Scott won the Australian PGA and Australian Masters before sharing the World Cup team trophy with Day last week at Royal Melbourne. The previous golfers to have held the Royal Sydney record of 65 were all Australians: Chris Gaunt, Matt Goggin, Stephen Dartnall, Ewan Porter and Jason Norris. 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