Rockies 5, Marlins 4 (13): Corey Dickerson delivered a game-tying homer in the ninth inning and an RBI single in the bottom of the 13th - his fourth hit of the game - to lift Colorado.Nolan Arenado led off the 13th against Sam Dyson (2-1) with a line-drive double off the left-field wall before Dickerson ripped a 1-0 pitch through the hole and into right to match a career high for hits as Arenado beat the throw home from Giancarlo Stanton. Matt Belisle (4-6) - the Rockies' ninth pitcher - worked a perfect 13th to earn the win.Miami took a 4-3 lead in the top of the ninth on Adeiny Hechavarria's RBI infield single - the third straight two-out hit against LaTroy Hawkins. Colorado got even in the bottom half as Dickerson, the reigning National League Player of the Week, belted a pitch from Steve Cishek into the third deck in right for his 19th home run.Hechavarria kept the game going when he robbed Justin Morneau of a would-be walk-off single with a lunging grab from his shortstop position in short left-center to end the 12th. Stanton recorded two hits and drove in his NL-leading 93rd run while striking out four times, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Donovan Solano also recorded an RBI apiece for the Marlins, who remained four games behind San Francisco for the final NL wild-card spot.Miami took a 1-0 lead on Stanton's run-scoring bloop double to shallow right in the third before Brandon Barnes' two-run homer in the bottom half capped a three-run burst. Solano walked with the bases loaded in the fourth and Saltalamacchia's double to left in the fifth followed Marcell Ozuna's two-out walk and tied the game. GAME NOTEBOOK: Miami starter Tom Koehler allowed three runs and eight hits in seven innings to stretch his unbeaten string to three outings while Colorado's Jordan Lyles yielded three runs, seven hits and five walks while striking out five in 5 2/3 frames. ... The Rockies have walked 14 batters in the series - including three with the bases loaded, raising their NL-leading total to 440 (3.4 per game). ... Colorado RF Michael Cuddyer, who had played two games since June 5, was on the verge of missing his fourth straight contest with a sore left hamstring before walking as a pinch hitter in the 12th.