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Marlins 7, Padres 3

CBS SportsLine.com wire reports
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SAN DIEGO -- After Miguel Cabrera was intentionally walked to put two Florida baserunners on in the fifth inning, Cody Ross got a chance to reintroduce himself to Jake Peavy.

Ross, who hadn't faced Peavy since 2000 in the Midwest League, hit a three-run homer and the Marlins shook off a 10-strikeout performance by San Diego's ace to beat the Padres 7-3 on Sunday.

"If they're going to walk our best guy, we want to make them pay for it," Ross said. "Everybody knows what a great hitter he is. You've got to follow up and do something about it when they do put him on base."

Peavy, coming off a bout with tendinitis in his right shoulder, got his final two strikeouts in the fifth, when he also gave up Ross' home run into the second deck in left field, his third, to give the Marlins a 6-2 lead.

Uggla doubled with one out and Cabrera -- hitting a team-high .336 coming in -- was intentionally walked with two outs before Ross connected on a 3-1 pitch.

"I just got lucky," Ross said. "I got a good part of the bat on it. He got behind in the count and kind of left one over the plate. I knew he had to throw it. He didn't want to load the bases."

Peavy said the pitch was "down, but down the middle. Obviously, that's no place to throw a pitch 3-1 when you're at 105 pitches because it's not going to be your best pitch. You have to throw a pitch that's going to be good. One big swing costs us the ballgame."

Peavy (4-7) failed to go longer than five innings for the fourth time in five starts. He's been bothered by tendinitis in his pitching shoulder in recent starts, and lasted only 3 2/3 in his previous outing, a 5-1 loss at Milwaukee on Tuesday. He allowed six runs and eight hits on Sunday, with three walks.

"I'm not sharp," Peavy said. "I made more quality pitches than I did in Milwaukee, but not enough.

"When you're going good, that ball gets popped up," he said of Ross' home run. "When you're going bad, the ball gets hit 400 feet for a three-run home run and you lose the ballgame because of it."

Said Ross: "If he's got tendinitis in the shoulder, you couldn't tell."

Dan Uggla also connected for the Marlins, who took two of three games against the Padres.

The Marlins lost shortstop Hanley Ramirez after he tumbled into the stands in the fifth inning. Ramirez was helped off the field and has a stiff lower back. Manager Joe Girardi said Ramirez had X-rays and is OK.

Ramirez, left fielder Ross and third baseman Cabrera converged on Josh Bard's single, which bounced just inside the left-field line. Ross fielded it on one hop, then his feet got tangled with Ramirez's and their bodies bumped. Ramirez hit the short wall and tumbled backward into the stands. He was tended to for a few minutes, then helped off the field.

Uggla hit a leadoff shot in the ninth off Scott Cassidy that a fan caught in the top balcony of the Western Metal Supply Co. Building just beyond the left-field corner. It was his 10th.

Brian Moehler (4-5), who came in with a 7.17 ERA, won for the fourth time in five decisions. He allowed two runs and eight hits in seven innings, struck out five and walked four.

Taylor Tankersley got the last four outs for his first save.

Florida catcher Miguel Olivo, who was with the Padres the last two months of 2005, went 4-for-4 to tie his career-high, including a two-run single in the second.

San Diego gave Peavy a 2-0 lead in the first on three hits, a walk, an error and a wild pitch. The runs scored on singles by Brian Giles and Adrian Gonzalez. Mike Cameron scored on Giles' single by bowling over Olivo, who was waiting for the relay throw.

Olivo tied it with a two-run single to left in the second. The Marlins might have gone ahead in the second if Moehler hadn't pulled back with a suicide squeeze on, which got Alfredo Amezaga thrown out in a rundown. The Marlins went ahead 3-2 in the fourth when Jeremy Hermida hit a leadoff double and scored on Amezaga's single to center.

San Diego's Rob Bowen hit a pinch RBI double in the eighth.

Notes

Olivo also had four hits on July 30, 2003, while with the Chicago White Sox. ... Gonzalez had two singles and a double a day after his 17-game hitting streak ended. Dave Roberts added three hits for the Padres. ... The Marlins struck out 29 times in the series, pushing the major league-leading total to 494. ... Uggla's homer was the seventh in three seasons to reach the top balcony of the Western Metal Supply Co. Building. ... Peavy matched his loss total from last year, when he was 13-7.

 
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Florida

C. Ross
AB 4
R 2
H 2
HR 1
RBI 3
Florida

B. Moehler
IP 7.0
H 8
ER 2
BB 4
K 5
 

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Florida Marlins
Hanley Ramirez, SS3000020
    Reggie Abercrombie, CF1000101
Dan Uggla, 2B5221022
Mike Jacobs, 1B3010111
    Wes Helms, PR-1B1000000
Miguel Cabrera, 3B4220112
Cody Ross, LF4223111
Jeremy Hermida, RF4110023
Alfredo Amezaga, CF-SS4021000
Miguel Olivo, C4042000
Brian Moehler, P2000022
   a- Joe Borchard, PH1000001
    Randy Messenger, P0000000
    Taylor Tankersley, P0000000
Totals36714741113 
a-grounded out for Moehler in the 8th
Batting
2B - Dan Uggla (, Peavy), Jeremy Hermida (, Peavy)
HR - Dan Uggla (, Cassidy), Cody Ross (, Peavy)
SH - Brian Moehler ()
RBI - Dan Uggla (), Cody Ross 3 (), Alfredo Amezaga (), Miguel Olivo 2 ()
2-OUT RBI - Cody Ross 3 ()
CS - Miguel Cabrera (, 2nd base by Cassidy/Bard), Alfredo Amezaga 2 (, Home by Peavy/Bard, 2nd base by Peavy/Bard)
Team LOB - 7
Fielding
DP - Uggla-Jacobs, Cabrera-Uggla-Helms
E - Alfredo Amezaga (, throwing error)
Florida Marlins
Brian Moehler (W,-) 7822450
Randy Messenger 0.2211010
Taylor Tankersley (S,) 1.1200020
WP - Brian Moehler ()
Pitches-Strikes - Brian Moehler 101-68, Randy Messenger 20-13, Taylor Tankersley 16-12
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Brian Moehler 9-5, Randy Messenger 1-0, Taylor Tankersley 1-0
Batters Faced - Brian Moehler 31, Randy Messenger 4, Taylor Tankersley 5
San Diego Padres
Dave Roberts, LF5030000
Mike Cameron, CF4120110
Brian Giles, RF5121003
Josh Bard, C3010211
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B4131001
Mark Bellhorn, 2B3000125
Khalil Greene, SS3000016
    Brian Sweeney, P0000000
   a- Rob Bowen, PH1011000
    Scott Cassidy, P0000000
Vinny Castilla, 3B4000013
Jake Peavy, P2000010
    Geoff Blum, SS2000011
Totals3631234820 
a-doubled for Sweeney in the 8th
Batting
2B - Dave Roberts (, Moehler), Mike Cameron (, Moehler), Adrian Gonzalez (, Messenger), Rob Bowen (, Messenger)
RBI - Brian Giles (), Adrian Gonzalez (), Rob Bowen ()
CS - Dave Roberts (, 2nd base by Moehler/Olivo)
Team LOB - 10
Fielding
DP - Blum-Bellhorn-Gonzalez, Bard-Bellhorn
E - Vinny Castilla (, Wild throw)
San Diego Padres
Jake Peavy (L,-) 58663101
Brian Sweeney 3400100
Scott Cassidy 1211011
IBB - Cabrera by Jake Peavy
WP - Brian Sweeney ()
Pitches-Strikes - Jake Peavy 105-68, Brian Sweeney 38-23, Scott Cassidy 15-10
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Jake Peavy 2-1, Brian Sweeney 6-2, Scott Cassidy 1-0
Batters Faced - Jake Peavy 24, Brian Sweeney 13, Scott Cassidy 4
Game Information
Attendance - 31147
Game Time - 2:53
Temperature - 73
Umpires - Home - Bruce Dreckman, First Base - Tom Hallion, Second Base - Gary Darling, Third Base - Larry Poncino