Dodgers Vs. Marlins Final Score: Miami Rallies For 7-3 Win

A four-run fifth inning was the catalyst Saturday night for the Miami Marlins to claim a 7-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second game of their weekend series at Marlins Park.

Nick Green and John Buck each had run-scoring doubles in the fifth inning, and Carlos Lee added a two-run double in the eighth. The Marlins had a well-balanced scoring attack as all eight starting position players had at least one hit, and seven different players scored a run.

Joe Blanton was cruising through four innings for the Dodgers, but three doubles and four runs proved to be his undoing in the fifth. Blanton (8-10) took the loss in his second start as a Dodger.

Ricky Nolasco, who stranded the bases loaded in the first two innings and allowed nine hits in his five innings, ended up with the win (9-11).

Matt Kemp had three hits, and RBI, and two stolen bases for the Dodgers. It was hit first multi-steal game since July 5, 2011. Andre Ethier added two hits in the loss.

The Dodgers go for a series win on Sunday, with Chris Capuano on the mound. Wade LeBlanc gets the start for the Marlins.

For more news and notes on Dodgers baseball, be sure to read True Blue LA.

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