After fifteen grueling innings, the San Diego Padres were able to close the night with a 3-2 home win over the Chicago Cubs. The game went scoreless until the 13th inning when both the Padres and Cubs got on the scoreboard with two runs a piece. After another scoreless inning and a half, Padres catcher Nick Hundley hit a single which drove home Logan Forsythe to wrap up the win.

Getting down to the numbers, the 15-inning game lasted a total of 5 hours and 13 minutes. Surprisingly, this wasn't the longest game of the weekend; on Saturday night, Arizona Diamondbacks took Philadelphia to 18 winnings before closing with a 12-7 win.

During his heroic finish, Hundley wore the Nike Huarache Pro Mid Metal. This model, inspired by the '90s basketball and running technology, features a mid-cut with an ankle strap for added support. The Nike Huarache Pro Mid Metal's Phylon midsole is cushioned with an encapsulated Air unit. The model's nine-cleat traction configuration is enhanced with Power Channel flex grooves for added traction on the diamond. Pick up the Nike Huarache Pro Mid Metal today for $95.

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