Marquez (5-7) earned the win during Sunday's 3-2 victory over Arizona, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks with four strikeouts in seven innings.

Marquez settled down after surrendering a Ketel Marte solo homer in the first inning to retire 12 straight before permitting an additional run and allowing three baserunners in the sixth. It was a nice rebound for the 27-year-old after he allowed nine total runs during consecutive losses to the Dodgers during his last two starts. The quality start Sunday was his sixth in 17 outings. The successful performance lowered Marquez's ERA and WHIP to 5.66 and 1.47 respectively, and he lines up to start again next weekend versus Pittsburgh.

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