The Los Angeles Dodgers lead the Miami Marlins 1-0 after six innings in their series finale Sunday at Marlins Park in Miami, but the story has been Chris Capuano, who has allowed no hits through six innings so far.
Capuano has seven strikeouts and three walks through his six innings, and he has faced just one batter over the minimum. He was induced one double play, and Austin Kearns was thrown out trying to steal second base in the fifth inning.
Through six innings, no Marlin has yet reached second base, and Capuano has thrown 71 pitches.
Capuano came into the game with five losses in his previous six starts, including three straight defeats. But he showed signs of a rebound in his last game allowing only two runs in seven innings in a 2-0 loss to the Rockies.
The Dodgers offense hasn't done much on Sunday, but so far Capuano has made it hold up.
Due up for the Marlins in the seventh are Justin Ruggiano, Jose Reyes, and Carlos Lee.
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