Miami Marlins 6, Philadelphia Phillies 3: A Small Revenge in the City of Brotherly Love

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 25: Starting pitcher Odrisamer Despaigne
DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 25: Starting pitcher Odrisamer Despaigne /
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Odrisamer Despaigne .187

Despaigne pitchers two perfect innings, striking out a pair in the sixth and the seventh. He added a single in his only at bat.

Edubray Ramos .175

Ramos inherited a runner with nobody out in the sixth, and quickly got Brian Anderson to ground into a double play. He then struck out Lewis Brinson. In the seventh, he struck out Braxton Lee and got Bryan Holaday to fly out before allowing the single to Despaigne.

Miguel Rojas .161

Rojas hit the first inning homer, and later scored after getting drilled in the back with a Luis Garcia pitch.

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Adam Morgan -.245

Morgan inherited two baserunners in the top of the eighth with nobody out. After striking out Justin Bour, Andrew Knapp passed a ball, and both runners scored on a Brian Anderson RBI-double. He also allowed the Bryan Holaday RBI-single.

Luis Garcia -.125

Garcia pitched the end of the seventh, getting Derek Dietrich to ground out and strand Despaigne. In the eighth, he drilled Rojas in the back and walked Starlin Castro. Both runners scored after Garcia was replaced.

Trevor Richards -.111

Richards limited the high-powered Phillies offense to three runs in his four inning start. He surrendered six hits and three walks, with two wild pitches and two strikeouts. He got 47-of-82 pitches into the strikezone, and finished with a GameScore of 39.

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