MLB Scores: Chicago Cubs 5, Miami Marlins 4 (13)

Rob Foldy

The Miami Marlins fell to the Chicago Cubs 5-4 on Monday night. The Marlins were able to tie the game late but couldn't take advantage of several late inning opportunities.

After making several roster moves to improve the roster, late bullpen struggles led to a 5-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Monday night.

Junior Lake singled with two outs in the 13th against Jacob Turner before Travis Wood hit a pinch hit double down the left field line to give Chicago a 5-4 lead.

Miami got off to a quick start against Cubs starter Jason Hammel in the bottom of the first. Jake Marisnick singled to open the frame, and after recording a strikeout, Giancarlo Stanton hit a two run home run to right field giving the Marlins a 2-0 edge.

Stanton singled and stole a base with two outs in the third which was followed by a Casey McGehee RBI single to left field.

In his last start against the Rangers, Tom Koehler struggled to get through the sixth inning, and the sixth gave Koehler on trouble again on Monday. Anthony Rizzo hit a groundball to first base with the bases loaded to get the Cubs on the board, and with two outs, Starlin Castro hit a hanging offspeed pitch to left field to give Chicago their first lead of the night.

Over six innings, Koehler gave up five hits and four runs while not walking a batter and striking out five.

Marcell Ozuna tripled to open the bottom of the sixth, and the Marlins were able to tie the game on an Adeiny Hechavarria sacrifice fly to center field.

Chris Hatcher, Mike Dunn, Steve Cishek, Bryan Morris, and Dan Jennings all kept the game tied while Miami's offense struggled to score against the Cubs' bullpen.

Source: FanGraphs

Attendance: 19,170

Hero of The Game: Bryan Morris (+.233 WPA)

Goat of The Game: Jacob Turner (-.334 WPA)

Play of The Game: Travis Wood doubled. Junior Lake scored. (+.417 WPA)

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