TUCSON, Ariz. — Keith Johnson doubled off newly acquired reliever Ebert Derrin in the 11th inning, driving in the go-ahead run to lead Salt Lake to a 3-2 win over Tucson on Saturday night.

Derrin, who recently came over from the Iowa Cubs in a trade, replaced Jeremy Ward, whose left shoulder was hit by a line drive.

With two outs in the inning, Derrin gave up a single to Jeff Guiel, and Johnson followed with his RBI double.

Tucson wasted no time getting to Salt Lake starter John Snyder before he settled down.

Snyder hit Mike Bell with a pitch and Chad Tracy followed with a double. Billy Martin and Brian Gordon came through with a run-scoring single and sacrifice fly.

Salt Lake cut into the 2-0 deficit with a run coming on Robb Quinlan's RBI double in the fourth. The Stingers tied the score on Adonis Harrison's two-out base hit.

Andrew Good, making his first start after a month with the Arizona Diamondbacks, went seven innings, scattering five hits. He walked two and struck out three.