D-Backs beat Pirates with 5 runs in 12th inningPosted: Updated:
PITTSBURGH -- Alex Romero's two-run double highlighted Arizona's five-run 12th inning and the Diamondbacks won their fifth straight, rallying for the second straight game for an 11-6 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday night.
Romero's fourth hit was a double to right-center off Steven Jackson (2-2) with the bases loaded and one out in the 12th.
Pitcher Dan Haren followed with a sacrifice fly as a pinch-hitter, and Miguel Montero added an RBI single with Gerardo Parra scoring on a throwing error for the final run.
Mark Reynolds, Stephen Drew and Trent Oeltjen homered and Parra had four hits for Arizona, which trailed 6-3 after six innings but won for the seventh time in eight games.
The Pirates have lost five straight and 10 of 12.
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