In the four games against the Giants, there was no end in the Marlins.
At the very least, they would have you believe it after overcoming a deficit on the fourth straight day. The only difference is that the result on Thursday – a 6: 3 against the Giants in 16 innings – did not turn out in their favor.
After the Marlins had come back from behind, they ran out of gas For the fifth-long game in the history of the team he is undecided.
"We fought, scratched and started again for four games in a row," said outfielder JB Shuck, who capped the Marlins on Thursday with four goals. "We did not give up, unfortunately we could not win that."
After the Marlins had seen the red card in the ninth match, the teams fought their way through the scoreless inning after a scoreless inning before the Giants made three runs in the round. Sixteen Eater Hernandez to avoid a four-game sweep ,
Pablo Sandoval's base-stricken single-player Hernandez won the marathon and re-indulged the Marlins to recover from a deficit and win.
Manager Don Mattingly had no choice but to let Hernandez stand on the hill, hoping he would hold out as long as he could. Hernández gave him four scoreless innings before being reversed in the 16th.
"I was a little lost and I tried to find myself during the innings," said Hernandez.
Hernandez could have won it himself When Giants manager Brian Bochy knew that the Marlins had exhausted all their positionalists, Starlin Castro purposely had the bases loaded and Hernandez set up, a pitcher who has no major league hit.
Hernandez made contact, hopping a high tank against the hill. But Giants reliever Ty Blach reached up to make the first strike for the inning finish.
"Batting is difficult, but I had a chance to win the game," said Hernandez. "I thought I had a chance."
After the Marlin's three comeback wins to bring the Giants to the fringes of the Feging, they had to settle for a series win before embarking on a trip to Baltimore, San Francisco and Denver.
The Marlins won the first three games of the series after being in each row. On Thursday they had fallen back in the second inning with 0: 3 and were in the ninth match 3-2 at the back, as the Marlins took the fielding error of the Zweitbasisten Joe Panik a break. Panic dropped the ball on Castro's pop-fly along the right field line for a two-base error.
Castro moved to third place and met Lewis Brinson's sacrificial flight, which sent the game to extra innings. And it prevented Dereck Rodriguez from recording the Giants' victory with his father Pudge Rodriguez, who spent the afternoon watching from the front row seat behind the plate
The 26-year-old rookie right-hander and Monsignor Pace High School The graduate, who made his third major league start, made a solid performance and went in the seventh inning with a 3-2 lead.
The Giants jumped to a 3-0 lead on Andrew McCutchen's double strike in the first and Mac Williamson's single shot in the second – both batting Dan Straily.
JT Riddles Homer of Rodriguez in the fifth and Bryan Holaday's two-out RBI double in the seventh brought the Marlins in a run. Then came Marlin's undeserved run of Hunter Strickland in the 9th.
The Giants had a chance to take the lead in the 11th when Brandon Crawford attempted to meet from first to Alen Hanson's double-doubles. But Castro took the relay from Shuck and threw it on the plate, where Holaday applied the pendant.
The Marlins had the winner in third and one in 15th. But Justin Bour grounded in an inning-ending double play.
The Marlins will put Caleb Smith on the mourning list on Friday, which would make room on the list for right-handed Brett Graves
Graves was a rule-5 plectrum for the Marlins in December and must Put on the roster by Saturday or be returned to the Oakland A & # 39; s, his original club.
Mattingly said that Graves would be used from the Bullpen
Smith is expected back for his next planned start. The Marlins are also expected to leave right-hander Ben Meyer to Triple A New Orleans option, which would fill another opening.
Holaday extends his team-record streak of runners throwing attempts to steal to nine in a row on Thursday when he threw Williamson second.
The Major League Record of 12 Straight Runners captured from stealing by a Catcher is shared by Mike LaValliere (1993) and Jose Molina (2008).