It took 14 innings, but the Arizona Diamondbacks were finally able to put the Cleveland Indians away, winning 9-8 on Aaron Hill's walkoff hit in front of 20,945 at Chase Field on Tuesday.

The two teams were knotted at 8-8 from the 11th until Hill's game-ending hit. Arizona had used up its bench and bullpen, turning to starter Josh Collmenter for the 14th. Collmenter was scheduled to start Friday against the San Diego Padres.

RF Gerardo Parra began the 14th with a single off Indians RHP Mark Lowe. Parra stole second and then advanced to third on a flyout by 1B Paul Goldschmidt. Cleveland intentionally walked C Miguel Montero to set up the double play, but Montero moved up to second on a wild pitch that might have also scored Parra had it not careened back toward Lowe.

Instead of walking Hill to set up a force out at every base, the Indians pitched to him. With the outfield playing shallow in order to throw out any runner at home, Hill hit a fly ball out of the range of CF Michael Bourn, who took a step and then stopped, watching it fall for the winning hit.

Arizona trailed 8-6 entering the bottom of the 11th after RHP Randall Delgado gave up a tie-breaking, two-run home run to Indians 1B Carlos Santana. Diamondbacks LF David Peralta cut the lead to one with a solo home run off RHP Bryan Shaw, who later left the game after giving up a walk to SS Didi Gregorius and a single to pinch-hitter Tuffy Gosewisch to put runners on the corners. He was replaced by RHP John Axford, who gave up a game-tying single to CF Ender Inciarte to make it 8-8. It was Inciarte's fourth hit of the night, a career high.

In perhaps a baseball first, Axford issued an intentional walk to RF Parra in order to load the bases for Goldschmidt, but the gamble paid off as Goldschmidt struck out in a 98 mph fastball. Montero followed him, but struck out swinging on a full count, nearly breaking his bat over his knee in frustration.

Arizona actually led 6-5 entering the ninth, having received four scoreless innings from its bullpen and battled back from an early three-run deficit. But closer Addison Reed walked two batters before giving up a game-tying, two-out single to C Yan Gomes. The Diamondbacks went down in order in the bottom of the inning to send the game to extras.

The bullpen had been pretty steady before Reed came in, taking some of the pressure off the offense after a poor start from LHP Wade Miley. Miley lasted just four innings and exited the game after giving up a walk and two singles to load the bases with no outs in the fifth. LHP Joe Thatcher replaced him and escaped the jam by striking out C Yan Gomes and coaxing infield pop outs from 3B Lonnie Chisenhall and RF Ryan Raburn.