CHARLIE MANUEL said the following about home runs on Monday night: "It's a great way of scoring quick."

The 69-year-old manager was correct, of course. But there's another thing about home runs, especially when they're hit by the home team in an extra-inning game: They can end the game quick, too.

After hitting a game-tying home run in the 10th inning, John Mayberry Jr. lined a walkoff, grand slam in the 11th as the Phillies rallied for a come-from-behind, 7-3 win over Miami last night.

"That one's definitely going to be one to remember, for sure," Mayberry said afterward.

Prior to extra innings, Mayberry hadn't hit a home run since April 27.

"He kind of runs in spurts," Manuel said. "He put some good swings on the ball tonight."

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Mayberry is the first player in major league history to hit two extra-inning home runs with the second being a walkoff slam. He's the first player to hit two extra-inning home runs in a game since Mike Young in 1987 . . . Yes, different Mike Young.

Bob Davidson may want to send Mayberry a thank you note. He also might want to ask for an early checkout at his downtown hotel today.

Davidson, the second-base umpire of last night's game, was booed unmercifully for a healthy 10 minutes between the eighth and ninth innings. Davidson squandered a Phillies rally in the eighth when he ruled interference on a play after Ben Revere slid headfirst into second on a Michael Young groundball out.

The call resulted in a doubleplay, deflating a ballpark that was awakened by the late arrival of the Phillies' offense, most recently when Revere reached first on an error to begin the inning.

"He went in headfirst," Manuel said. "I don't know what [Davidson] was seeing. Bob's kind of getting a little old."

Manuel, 69, is 9 years older than Davidson, who said Revere grabbed second baseman Derek Dietrich's leg.

"He may need some glasses or something," Revere said with a laugh. "My hands were on the ground . . . It's ridiculous. I enjoyed the fans getting on him."

Although they weren't as consistent, the boos continued for Davidson when the game went to extra innings.

Davidson found someone to share the boos with when Antonio Bastardo took over for the Phillies in the 10th. Bastardo walked Juan Pierre to begin the inning and then watched the former Phillie move from first to second on a bunt and from second to third on a stolen base.

Bastardo then gave the go-ahead run an easy path to the plate, too, throwing a slider in the dirt for a wild pitch. Pierre scored to put the Marlins in front, 3-2, and the struggling Bastardo heard from the Philadelphia faithful.

Mayberry saved Bastardo before he won the game.

The reserve outfielder got into a favorable count against Marlins closer Steve Cishek before drilling a 2-2 slider over the fence in left-center. Tie game.

In the 11th, Edgar Olmos took over for Miami. After intentionally walking Freddy Galvis, Olmos accidentally walked Erik Kratz to load the bases.