ATLANTA, May 2 (UPI) -- Chipper Jones' two-run homer with no one out in the 11th inning Wednesday lifted Atlanta to a wild 15-13 victory over Philadelphia.
The teams combined for 36 hits with Atlanta rallying from deficits of six runs early in the game and four runs late in the contest.
Ruiz doubled home a run in the fifth, had a three-run homer in the seventh and added a three-run double in the eighth.
Atlanta tied it with a six-run fifth that featured a grand slam homer from Brian McCann, but the Braves then fell behind 12-8 heading into the bottom of the eighth.
The Braves, however, produced five runs in that inning to go in front. A two-run single by Martin Prado was the key hit of the frame.
Chad Durbin (1-0) got the win by retiring the side in the top of the 11th.
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