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Fish snap Phils' win streak at six behind Ramirez, Jacobs

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MIAMI -- The Florida Marlins never gave the Philadelphia Phillies a chance.

Hanley Ramirez had three hits, including two during a seven-run first inning, and the Marlins stopped the Phillies' winning streak at six games with a 12-6 win on Saturday night.

Starter J.D. Durbin failed to retire a batter for Philadelphia, which fell three games behind the NL East-leading New York Mets and began the night two games back of the San Diego Padres in the wild-card race.

"It did happen quick and that's one thing I have to prevent as a starter -- a big inning," Durbin said. "And that was a big inning."

Jeremy Hermida, Mike Jacobs and Matt Treanor hit run-scoring singles in the first, and Todd Linden walked with the bases loaded to make it 4-1. Jacobs scored from third base on reliever Clay Condrey's wild pitch and Alfredo Amezaga's sacrifice fly drove in Linden.

Ramirez's second single of the inning scored Treanor for a 7-1 lead.

"Everybody swung the bats well and there was nice situational hitting going on," Florida manager Fredi Gonzalez said. "It was a nice effort by the club."

Durbin (6-4) faced seven hitters, allowing seven runs and five hits.

"I didn't earn my money today and I am pretty disappointed," he said. "I apologize to my teammates."

Jimmy Rollins' two-out single in the eighth scored Jayson Werth, cutting Florida's lead to 9-6. But reliever Kevin Gregg retired Chase Utley on a pop out to third, then pitched a perfect ninth for earn his 27th save in 29 opportunities.

"We were still in the game. We had a chance to make a run," Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. "But we couldn't come through with the big hit when we needed it."

Cody Ross hit a two-run home run and Hermida hit a run-scoring single in the eighth for Florida, which won for only the third time in its last 17 games.

"It's a new month so we start over today," Ramirez said. "It's not how you start but how you finish."

The Phillies scored three times in the second. Aaron Rowand's leadoff home run, his 23rd, cut Florida's lead to 7-2, and Chris Coste and Rollins followed with run-scoring singles.

Jacobs' RBI double in the fifth scored Cabrera for an 8-4 lead. Later in the inning, Alejandro De Aza reached on a bases-loaded fielder's choice and drove in Linden.

"The guys got good pitches to hit, put them in play and hit them hard," said Jacobs, who had three hits. "Any time you can get off to a start like that, obviously it's huge."

Rollins led off the game with his 25th home run of the year, driving Kim's 3-2 pitch over the fence in right field. He has eight leadoff homers this season and 25 for his career, both Philadelphia records.

Florida starter Byung-Hyun Kim (8-6) pitched the first five innings, allowing four runs and 10 hits with four strikeouts.

Lee Gardner and Taylor Tankersley combined to pitch scoreless innings in the sixth and seventh.

Matt Gardner inherited two runners from Armando Benitez in the eighth and retired the side, but Shane Victorino's groundout scored Greg Dobbs. Benitez, who walked the two hitters he faced, left because of a lower back strain.

Notes

  • The Marlins have scored seven runs in the first inning four times. The most recent was against San Francisco on Aug. 24, 2004.
  • Amezaga had four plate appearances but no official at-bats. In addition to his sacrifice fly, Amezaga walked twice and was hit by a pitch
  • Rod Barajas, activated from the disabled list before the game, had a pinch hit single leading off the fourth. Reliever Francisco Rosario, also activated Saturday, pitched two scoreless innings, allowed one hit and struck out four.
 
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Phillies starter J.D. Durbin is less than happy about failing to make it out of the first inning.  (AP)
Phillies starter J.D. Durbin is less than happy about failing to make it out of the first inning. (AP)

Players of the Game
Florida

M. Jacobs
AB 4
R 1
H 3
HR 0
RBI 2
Philadelphia

J. Rollins
AB 5
R 1
H 4
HR 1
RBI 3
 
Philadelphia Phillies
Jimmy Rollins, SS5143001 .300
Chase Utley, 2B5000015 .336
Pat Burrell, LF5000012 .264
Ryan Howard, 1B4010130 .270
Aaron Rowand, CF5111022 .309
Greg Dobbs, 3B3230100 .284
Jayson Werth, RF3210114 .326
Chris Coste, C4011012 .311
J.D. Durbin, P0000000 .235
    Clay Condrey, P1000012 .000
   a- Rod Barajas, PH1010000 .220
    Jose Mesa, P0000000 .000
   b- Abraham Nunez, PH1000000 .239
    Francisco Rosario, P0000000 .000
   c- Shane Victorino, PH1001000 .286
    Antonio Alfonseca, P0000000 .000
Totals386126310  
a-singled for Condrey in the 4th
b-grounded out for Mesa in the 6th
c-grounded out for Rosario in the 8th
Batting
2B - Ryan Howard (23, Kim), Jayson Werth (8, Kim)
HR - Jimmy Rollins (25, Kim), Aaron Rowand (23, Kim)
RBI - Jimmy Rollins 3 (79), Aaron Rowand (76), Chris Coste (20), Shane Victorino (44)
2-OUT RBI - Jimmy Rollins (29)
SB - Jimmy Rollins (28, 2nd base off Gregg/Treanor), Greg Dobbs (3, 2nd base off Benitez/Treanor)
Team LOB - 8
Philadelphia Phillies
J.D. Durbin (L,6-4)0577100 6.27
Clay Condrey 3100000 5.09
Jose Mesa 2322110 7.53
Francisco Rosario 2100140 6.04
Antonio Alfonseca 1333001 5.36
HBP - Uggla (by J.D. Durbin), Amezaga (by Clay Condrey)
WP - Clay Condrey (1)
Pitches-Strikes - J.D. Durbin 19-12, Clay Condrey 30-19, Jose Mesa 27-18, Francisco Rosario 39-22, Antonio Alfonseca 18-14
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Clay Condrey 6-3, Jose Mesa 4-1, Antonio Alfonseca 2-1
Batters Faced - J.D. Durbin 7, Clay Condrey 11, Jose Mesa 10, Francisco Rosario 8, Antonio Alfonseca 6
Florida Marlins
Hanley Ramirez, SS5231002 .333
Dan Uggla, 2B4100002 .249
Jeremy Hermida, RF5222020 .286
Miguel Cabrera, 3B5220001 .316
Mike Jacobs, 1B4132000 .267
    Armando Benitez, P0000000 .000
    Matt Lindstrom, P0000000 .000
    Cody Ross, CF1112000 .315
Todd Linden, LF4201111 .218
Matt Treanor, C4121011 .290
Alfredo Amezaga, CF0001200 .264
    Kevin Gregg, P0000000 .000
Byung-Hyun Kim, P2000002 .045
   a- Alejandro De Aza, PH1001000 .232
    Lee Gardner, P0000000 .000
    Taylor Tankersley, P0000000 .000
   b- Jason Wood, PH-1B1000012 .267
Totals3612131135  
a-hit into fielder's choice for Kim in the 5th
b-struck out for Tankersley in the 7th
Batting
2B - Hanley Ramirez (40, Alfonseca), Mike Jacobs (19, Mesa)
HR - Cody Ross (8, Alfonseca)
SF - Alfredo Amezaga (5)
RBI - Hanley Ramirez (66), Jeremy Hermida 2 (48), Mike Jacobs 2 (38), Cody Ross 2 (28), Todd Linden (8), Matt Treanor (15), Alfredo Amezaga (28), Alejandro De Aza (6)
2-OUT RBI - Hanley Ramirez (16), Cody Ross 2 (13)
SB - Todd Linden (3, 2nd base off Mesa/Coste)
Team LOB - 6
Fielding
DP - Uggla-H. Ramirez-Jacobs
Florida Marlins
Byung-Hyun Kim (W,8-6) 51044142 5.54
Lee Gardner 1.1100020 2.20
Taylor Tankersley 0.2000020 4.61
Armando Benitez0022200 5.36
Matt Lindstrom 0.2100000 3.16
Kevin Gregg (S,27) 1.1000020 2.99
WP - Byung-Hyun Kim (2)
Pitches-Strikes - Byung-Hyun Kim 95-62, Lee Gardner 22-16, Taylor Tankersley 10-6, Armando Benitez 10-3, Matt Lindstrom 18-12, Kevin Gregg 19-14
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Byung-Hyun Kim 4-6, Lee Gardner 1-1, Matt Lindstrom 2-0
Batters Faced - Byung-Hyun Kim 25, Lee Gardner 5, Taylor Tankersley 2, Armando Benitez 2, Matt Lindstrom 3, Kevin Gregg 4
Game Information
Attendance - 24651
Game Time - 3:19
Temperature - 89
Umpires - Home - Chad Fairchild, First Base - Rob Drake, Second Base - Brian Gorman, Third Base - Paul Nauert