Playing a home game for the first time in weeks, the struggling Miami Marlins gave their fans something to cheer about.
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The Miami Marlins have always had a hard time getting wins at Nationals Park and this week was no different.
The Miami Marlins’ early season resurgence has hit a speed bump in our nation’s capital.
The Marlins led in the seventh inning and again in the eighth. Both times, they lost it.
With a sweet flip of the bat, Adeiny Hechavarria confidently cleared the bases on a three-run triple that helped the Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 6-2 on Sunday.
Tom Koehler outpitched Stephen Strasburg, Giancarlo Stanton homered and the revitalized Miami Marlins earned their fourth win in a row Saturday by beating the slumping Washington Nationals 8-0.
Martin Prado broke a tie with an eighth-inning single, and four pitchers combined on a six-hitter to helpthe Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 3-2 Friday night.
It was basically a home run derby between the Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals on Sunday, with the Nats going home with an 11-7 win.