While most MLB scores from Friday night featured combined run totals of under 10, the Miami Marlins and Arizona Diamondbacks put up what almost looked like a football score. The two teams combined for 24 runs between them with the Diamondbacks capturing a 13-11 win in nine innings. Multiple home runs were hit in the contest as Arizona continued to keep hold of the top wild card spot in the National League. Here's a look at how the Diamondbacks beat the Marlins on Friday night with the latest game recap.

MLB game recap

The two teams would each score seven runs in the first three innings.

Miami scored two more in the fourth and fifth, but Arizona responded with a huge five-run sixth inning. They'd finally see a scoreless inning in the seventh before Miami grabbed two runs and Arizona another run in the eighth. By then it was 13-11 and the Diamondbacks' pitching wrapped up the game.

It's been a record home run season for MLB and a bunch more came in the Marlins vs. Diamondbacks game as one might expect. For the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chris Iannetta had his 16th of the season while Christian Walker had his first and J.D. Martinez his 26th. For the Miami Marlins, Marcell Ozuna hit his 36th of the season, while Justin Bour hit his 24th. Both homers came against pitcher Zack Greinke.

Iannetta was easily the star of this game for Arizona. The Diamondbacks catcher had a 3-for-4 outing with eight RBIs for the game. He had two homers in the game including a three-run shot in the first inning and then a grand slam in the sixth to give his team the lead.

That resulted in a curtain call for Iannetta from the home crowd. J.D. Martinez also went 3-for-4 and collected two RBIs along with three runs scored. On the opposing side, Miami's Ozuna and Bour each had three RBIs for their team in the loss.

Picking up the pitching win in this high offensive output was J.J. Hoover. He was on for just one inning and struck out two but is now 2-1 for his season.

Fernando Rodney had his 39th save in the game while the Miami Marlins' D McGowan (8-2) took the loss.

Standings, what's next?

The win brings Arizona Diamondbacks' season record to 89-65 overall and 49-27 at home. They continued to lead all National League Wild Card contenders by six games for the top spot. They take on the Marlins again Saturday night at 8:10 p.m. Eastern Time with Taijuan Walker getting the start.

The Miami Marlins fall to 72-81 overall and 32-44 away with the loss. They don't have any chance of taking the NL East as they're 20 games behind Washington who has already clinched. Miami is also 10.5 games behind Colorado for a Wild Card spot. On Saturday, they'll send leftie Dillon Peters to the mound for the next away game with Arizona.