Despite falling behind in the first inning, the Miami Marlins rallied to beat the Pittsburgh Pirates in the rubber match of their three game series by a 10-7 score at PNC Park on Thursday night.
The Pirates scored five runs in the first inning, taking control of the game from the onset. But the Marlins battled back at the plate and limited the Bucs to just two runs the rest of the way. The victory game the Marlins’ a series win on the road, while evening the season series Pirates.
A single by Neil Walker in the top of the first gave the Marlins a 1-0 lead, but the Pirates scored five runs in the bottom of the inning. A homerun by Bryan Reynolds and a double by Pablo Reyes put them in front 3-1, and they were then aided by a throwing error by Isan Diaz which scored the other two run...Read More