Arizona Diamondbacks, Philadelphia Phillies make history with 13 combined home runs in single game

Jean Segura in action against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citizens Bank Park on Monday night.|Art or Photo Credit: AP

The Diamondbacks hit a franchise-record eight home runs, and they combined with the Phillies for a major-league-record 13 homers as Arizona won 13-8 at Philadelphia on Monday.
Arizona's Eduardo Escobar hit two home runs and finished with four hits and five RBIs. Ildemaro Vargas also hit two home runs while Jarrod Dyson, Ketel Marte, David Peralta and Alex Avila each homered for the Diamondbacks.
Marte had three hits and two runs as the Diamondbacks won their fifth in a row. The Diamondbacks' previous season high for home runs in a game was five.
The Phillies added five home runs -- two by Scott Kingery and one apiece for Jean Segura, Rhys Hoskins and Jay Bruce. Kingery also had a triple in his 3-for-5 game for the Phillies, who dropped their second in a row.