The Marlins got swept and are now below .500 again, in other words, the whole series sucked.
Miller really didn't pitch that badly, though the line score looks kind of pathetic, it really wasn't. He only walked one batter who of course later scored. He left a hanger out over the plate that was taken yard. And in the seventh he did struggle a little, but if the bullpen could for once not let all of the inherited runners score, it would've been what is known as a "quality" start.
The offense remained in a coma. Early on Price was throwing the ball all over the place, but the Marlins bats helped him out by swinging out of the zone. The Marlins did mount a rally in the ninth getting the tying run on and bringing the go ahead run to the plate. But that meant men were in scoring position so true to form, there was no hit coming.
All in all, it was a pretty crappy weekend.