The last out nearly made it to the right-field wall, but Jonathan Papelbon wasn't worried.

Hunter Pence corralled the fly ball off Cameron Maybin's bat to end the game, and Papelbon celebrated his 10th save of the year.

It had been a long time coming.

Sunday's victory marked the first time Papelbon entered a game in a save situation since May 1. The Phillies were just 3-7 between Papelbon saves, but they actually had a lead in all seven of those losses and were ahead or tied entering the sixth inning six times.