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MIAMI (AP) -- Justin Upton hit his second three-run homer of the game in the 13th inning to help Arizona beat Florida 13-9 for a split in a doubleheader.
In the opener yesterday, Dan Uggla homered and drove in four runs in Florida's 8-6 win.
In the second game, Upton's blast to left-center off Leo Nunez landed in the upper deck with a small crowd still left at a game that lasted nearly five hours last night.
Chad Qualls (1-0) was the winner, and Jon Rauch earned the save.
The teams each scored in the 12th. Mark Reynolds hit his second homer of the game for Arizona, and Chris Coghlan tied it with an RBI single.
In the third inning, Upton hit a three-run homer to cut Arizona's deficit to 4-3.
Jeremy Hermida gave the Marlins a 6-4 lead with a two-run homer in the fourth off Bryan Augenstein.
Arizona tied it at 7 on Reynolds' two-run homer in the seventh.
Reynolds stole a career-high four bases in the first game.
The official time of both games combined was 8 hours, 7 minutes.