The Marlins began the inning with six straight hits, followed by a sacrifice fly by Emilio Bonifacio (who must have really felt like a slacker), followed by a three-run homer by Omar Infante that bounced off the glove of Alex Presley and into the stands. A few more batters later, there was a two-run bomb by Logan Morrison, who'd had an RBI double earlier in the inning.
... And, frankly, that's most of what you need to know. Starting pitcher Ross Ohlendorf didn't get the job done and now has an ERA over eight. Daniel McCutchen and Aaron Thompson both struggled as well. The Pirates kept things under control in the late innings, but the damage was already done.
Ricky Nolasco picked up the win for the Marlins. Pedro Ciriaco and Pedro Alvarez both tripled for the Pirates.
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