In the last 27 innings prior to the game, the Marlins have been scoreless being outscored 10-0 in the last three games. Wednesday, the Marlins accomplished both of their goals: they defeated the Phillies 9-2 to salvage the series and they finally scored a run in the bottom of the fourth inning when Greg Dobbs singled to score Carlos Lee. Officially, it ended a 30-inning scoreless streak.
Dobbs also homered in the game off of Phillies starter Roy Halladay. He finished 3-for-4 on the day.
The win also marks the 10th win for Marlins newcomer Mark Buehrle. Buehrle, in seven innings, allowed two runs on five hits while striking out three and walking one. He allowed a home run to Ty Wigginton in the fifth inning.
Picking up his 10th win, Buehlre ties the active streak in the majors with 12 straight seasons of 10 wins. He is tied with New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia.
The Marlins really added on the runs in the eighth inning putting up six runs. Austin Kearns would single home two runs. Then, Bryan Petersen doubled to score Donovan Solano and Kearns. After Petersen, Gorkys Hernandez would score him with a single.
Ryan Webb would close out the ninth.
With the win, the Marlins will take to the road to start a series on the road at Coors Field to face the Colorado Rockies. Ricky Nolasco (9-11, 4.90 ERA) will take the hill to face Alex White (2-6, 5.82 ERA).
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