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Marlins rally to beat Padres in 10

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MIAMI -- Josh Johnson is trying to keep his concentration on the field.

With scouts from about a dozen teams watching, Johnson tied a career high with six walks as the Miami Marlins rallied from a two-run deficit and beat the San Diego Padres 5-4 in 10 innings Sunday.

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"I'm pitching for this team, so that's all I'm worried about," Johnson said.

The 2010 NL ERA champion allowed two runs -- one earned -- and two hits in five innings with four strikeouts.

"Just a mess, but I found away to clean up, I guess," Johnson said. "I don't know how, but I made pitches when I needed to."

Miami, a disappointing 47-54 following a $191 million free-agent spending spree, already has dealt Hanley Ramirez, Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez in recent weeks and has discussed possible trades involving Johnson. He is 6-7 with a 4.04 ERA and 109 strikeouts in 124 2/3 innings,

"We made a couple moves earlier. We had a couple of meetings yesterday and we didn't talk about him," Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said. "I hope they keep him, but this is a business, and business happens for a reason."

Johnson is 54-30 with a 3.13 ERA for Marlins over the past eight years and is signed through next season at $13.75 million annually. He also walked six against Toronto on June 18, 2006.

"He's still here, so that's good," Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes said. "I enjoy playing behind J.J."

Justin Ruggiano hit a game-ending single off Brad Brach (0-2) after Reyes doubled leading off and Carlos Lee was intentionally walked.

"I've had quite a few in the minors," Ruggiano said of the game-ending hit. "It feels the same. A walkoff is a walkoff, no matter where you are. It's always a good feeling."

San Diego loaded the bases with two outs in the 10th against Ryan Webb (4-2), but Chase Headley flied out. The Padres stranded 14 runners -- two shy of their season high, set against the Marlins on May 4.

"We put three zeros up there in the seventh, eighth and ninth and gave our guys a chance in a tight game," Padres manager Bud Black said. "We just didn't get the big knock."

San Diego starter Clayton Richard gave up two runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Mark Kotsay's RBI double in the third and Richard's sacrifice fly in the fourth built a 2-0 lead for the Padres, but the Marlins went ahead 4-2 in the sixth on Lee's sacrifice fly off Dale Thayer, Ruggiano's RBI single and Donnie Murphy's two-run triple over Kotsay in right.

Yonder Alonso's two-run homer against Edward Mujica tied the score in the eighth, a 410-foot drive to right.

"It was a sinker that stayed middle over the plate," Alonso said. "I was just trying to drive it."

Alonso, a Miami native, went 5 for 13 with a home run and five RBI in the series.

Notes

  • The Marlins placed LF Logan Morrison (right knee inflammation) on the 15-day DL.
  • Padres closer Huston Street agreed to a $14 million, two-year contract through 2014.
  • . Marlins RHP Jacob Turner made his first start on Saturday for Triple-A New Orleans after being acquired from Detroit last week. The former first-round pick got the win, allowing one run and two hits in five innings.
  • The Padres will begin a four-game series at Cincinnati on Monday with RHP Edison Volquez (6-7, 3.30 ERA) starting against RHP Mike Leake (4-6, 4.12 ERA). The Marlins start an 11-game trip at Atlanta. LHP Mark Buehrle (9-9, 3.31 ERA) will start for the Marlins against RHP Tommy Hanson (11-5, 4.39 ERA).
 
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A subject of recent trade rumors, the Marlins' Josh Johnson allows one earned run on two hits in five innings. (Getty Images)
A subject of recent trade rumors, the Marlins' Josh Johnson allows one earned run on two hits in five innings. (Getty Images)

Players of the Game
Miami

J. Ruggiano
AB 4
R 1
H 2
HR 0
RBI 2
San Diego

Y. Alonso
AB 4
R 1
H 1
HR 1
RBI 2
 

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San Diego Padres
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
Alexi Amarista, SS4100234 .276
Mark Kotsay, RF3011000 .286
   a- Chris Denorfia, PH-RF3010000 .291
Chase Headley, 3B4020203 .267
Carlos Quentin, LF4110103 .269
Yonder Alonso, 1B4112112 .260
Will Venable, CF4100124 .240
John Baker, C5010000 .254
Logan Forsythe, 2B3000201 .266
Clayton Richard, P2001020 .109
    Dale Thayer, P0000000 .000
   b- Yasmani Grandal, PH0000100 .312
    Luke Gregerson, P0000000 .000
   c- Jesus Guzman, PH1000001 .244
    Brad Brach, P0000000 .000
Totals37474108  
a-flied out for Kotsay in the 7th
b-walked for Thayer in the 8th
c-popped out for Gregerson in the 10th
Batting
2B - Mark Kotsay (5, Johnson)
HR - Yonder Alonso (5, Mujica)
SF - Clayton Richard (1)
RBI - Mark Kotsay (8), Yonder Alonso 2 (36), Clayton Richard (6)
2-OUT RBI - Mark Kotsay (3)
SB - Chase Headley (11, 2nd base off Johnson/Hayes), Logan Forsythe (4, 2nd base off Webb/Hayes)
Team LOB - 14
Fielding
DP - Forsythe-Amarista-Alonso
E - Alexi Amarista (1, Throwing), John Baker (3, Throwing)
San Diego Padres
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Clayton Richard 5.1522130 4.14
Dale Thayer (BS,2) 1.2222200 4.24
Luke Gregerson 2100010 2.91
Brad Brach (L,0-2)0211100 3.76
IBB - Kearns by Dale Thayer, Lee by Brad Brach
WP - Clayton Richard (1), Dale Thayer (2)
Pitches-Strikes - Clayton Richard 94-59, Dale Thayer 35-20, Luke Gregerson 25-18, Brad Brach 13-6
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Clayton Richard 10-2, Dale Thayer 2-3, Luke Gregerson 4-2
Batters Faced - Clayton Richard 21, Dale Thayer 9, Luke Gregerson 8, Brad Brach 3
Miami Marlins
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
Emilio Bonifacio, 2B5120011 .272
Donovan Solano, LF4000003 .282
    Edward Mujica, P0000000 .000
    Heath Bell, P0000000 .000
    Steve Cishek, P0000000 .000
   a- Greg Dobbs, PH1000001 .293
    Ryan Webb, P0000000 .000
Jose Reyes, SS5220001 .275
Carlos Lee, 1B3011100 .277
Justin Ruggiano, CF4122102 .359
Austin Kearns, RF3110101 .255
Donnie Murphy, 3B4012002 .140
Brett Hayes, C4010021 .208
Josh Johnson, P1000011 .033
   b- Scott Cousins, PH1000000 .173
    Wade LeBlanc, P0000000 .000
    Mike Dunn, P0000000 .000
   c- Bryan Petersen, PH-LF1000100 .186
Totals36510544  
a-popped out for Cishek in the 9th
b-grounded out for Johnson in the 5th
c-walked for Dunn in the 7th
Batting
2B - Jose Reyes (21, Brach), Carlos Lee (17, Richard)
3B - Donnie Murphy (1, Thayer)
SF - Carlos Lee (1)
RBI - Carlos Lee (41), Justin Ruggiano 2 (22), Donnie Murphy 2 (7)
2-OUT RBI - Justin Ruggiano (2), Donnie Murphy 2 (2)
SB - Emilio Bonifacio (28, 2nd base off Gregerson/Baker), Jose Reyes (24, 3rd base off Thayer/Baker), Justin Ruggiano (8, 2nd base off Thayer/Baker), Bryan Petersen (3, 2nd base off Thayer/Baker)
Team LOB - 9
Fielding
E - Jose Reyes (11, Misplayed grounder)
Miami Marlins
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Josh Johnson 5221640 4.04
Wade LeBlanc 1000010 1.15
Mike Dunn (H,10) 1000010 4.50
Edward Mujica (BS,4) 0.1322011 4.38
Heath Bell 0.2000110 5.66
Steve Cishek 1100100 1.87
Ryan Webb (W,4-2) 1100200 5.35
IBB - Alonso by Steve Cishek, Amarista by Ryan Webb
Pitches-Strikes - Josh Johnson 95-53, Wade LeBlanc 18-12, Mike Dunn 15-11, Edward Mujica 15-10, Heath Bell 12-7, Steve Cishek 24-14, Ryan Webb 30-15
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Josh Johnson 6-6, Wade LeBlanc 1-1, Steve Cishek 1-2
Batters Faced - Josh Johnson 24, Wade LeBlanc 3, Mike Dunn 3, Edward Mujica 4, Heath Bell 3, Steve Cishek 5, Ryan Webb 6
Game Information
Attendance - 27730
Game Time - 3:45
Temperature - 79
Umpires - Home - Victor Carapazza, First Base - Larry Vanover, Second Base - Toby Basner, Third Base - Wally Bell