PHOENIX, AZ - MAY 30: Greg Dobbs #29 of the Florida Marlins watches from the dugout with teammates during the Major League Baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on May 30, 2011 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Diamondbacks defeated the Marlins 15-4. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Another game and another blowout loss.
This game didn't always suck. In fact the Marlins got on the board first when in the third-inning, Emilio Bonifacio leadoff with an infield single. Omar Infante followed with a bunt hit to move Boni to second. With one-out Gaby Sanchez singled to right center to plate the Marlins first run and move Infante to third. Mike Stanton followed with ground out that plated Omar, to make the score 2-0 Marlins.
The lead didn't last. Chis Volstad game up homers to Gerardo Para and Kelly Johnson to tie the score at two. With two outs, Justin Upton and Stephen Drew to place runners at third and first. Chris Young hit a single to John Buck to score Upton and move Drew to second. Miguel Montero followed with the third single in-a-row to score Drew and making the score 4-2 D-Backs.
The D-Backs would add on again in the bottom of the fourth to make the score 5-2 D-Backs.
The Marlins made it interest in the top of the fifth. When with two-outs, Logan Morrison singled to put a runner on first. Gaby followed with his eighth home run of the season to plate LoMo and making the score 5- 4 D-Backs.
From here on out, the game got infinitely less interesting. The Marlins pen gave up run in the bottom of the fifth. Then they proceeded to give up 5 runs in the bottom of the sixth. And just to show it wasn't a fluke they gave up 4 runs in the bottom of the sixth. That would end the scoring for the night, leaving the score 15-4 D-Backs.
A road trip that started to so promising now stands at 4-3. If you missed the game, count yourself lucky.