Marlins 8, Reds 3
Ricky Nolasco (1-0, 3.38) got the Marlins their first win of the season to go to 1-2 with 41,662 watching at the Great American Ball Park. Nolasco struck out five over eight innings, walking zero and giving up three runs.
Omar Infante finished a single short of the cycle, and Giancarlo Stanton hit two singles with a double in Miami’s winning effort, their first win since rechristening as “Miami.”
Chris Squires was assigned to the Double-A Jacksonville Suns in the SL.
Mets 4, Marlins 3
The Miami Marlins dropped to 1-5 in front of 29,780 at Citi Field.
Miami outhit New York, 13-to-6, but couldn’t string enough together to score more than three runs. Donovan Solano led Miami’s offense with three hits, including a double. Jose Fernandez struck out eight in five innings, allowing one run on three hits for no decision.
Steve Cishek (0-1, 15.43) gave up two runs after collecting only one out to take the loss.
Braves 12, Marlins 2
The Marlins dropped to 0-2 with 17,483 watching at Marlins Park against the Braves.
Mat Latos (0-1, 94.50) allowed seven runs in just 2/3 of an inning on six hits and a pair of walks and the Miami Marlins never got back into it. Christian Yelich had two hits and Donovan Solano hit a triple to pace Miami’s offense.
Marlins 6, Nationals 4
The Miami Marlins ran their record to 1-2 in front of 41,650 at Nationals Park. Martin Prado hit a two-run single in the first, and J.T. Realmuto also had an RBI-single before the Nats got to the plate.
Daniel Murphy equalized it in the bottom of the innings with a three run homer off Adam Conley, who only lasted one inning. David Phelps (1-0, 0.00) got the Marlins first win of the year with four innings of scoreless relief work. AJ Ramos collected his first save with a hitless ninth.
Giancarlo Stanton, Prado, Justin Bour, Realmuto, and Adeiny Hechavarria all collected two hits in the the game. Later, power hitter Taylor Ard was assigned to the minors after spending the better part of two seasons in independent ball.