From the AP recap of the Phillies’ 20-2 win over St. Louis:

Infielder Aaron Miles worked a perfect ninth against the top of the Phillies order, his third career outing and first since the blowout loss to the Astros last September.

It was the sort of game where if you stopped watching for five minutes, you definitely missed something, be it back-to-back-back home runs in the first inning (all of which occurred as I reset my MLB.TV), the nine-run, seven hit, five walk, 68-pitch fourth (At 8-1 I turned to something else; 15 minutes later it was 13-1 and still the same damn inning) or the ejection of Russ Springer. And ironically, Miles batted 9th.