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Chisholm Jr. Does it All, as Marlins Defeat Giants 4-2




The Miami Marlins notched a 4-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night to improve to 10-8 on the season. Edward Cabrera had his best outing of the season, pitching six innings and giving up just two runs. The Giants’ only offense came in the top of the first inning when Mike Yastrzemski hit a two-run shot to right field.

However, Cabrera quickly settled down and shut out the Giants for the remainder of the game, striking out several batters in the process. The Marlins found themselves down 2-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning when Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit a three-run home run to right field, putting the Marlins up 4-2.

The Marlins would not relinquish their lead as their bullpen came in and allowed just one hit for the rest of the game. The Giants threatened to make a comeback when Yastrzemski hit what would have been a double to center field, but Chisholm Jr. made a spectacular catch, halting the Giants’ momentum.

Jorge Soler had another impressive game for the Marlins, going 3-4 on the day with a double and a run scored. With the win, the Marlins now sit just one game behind the New York Mets for second place in the NL East standings.

Looking ahead, the Marlins will turn to Trevor Rogers to close out another series win. The Marlins have found their rhythm and will look to continue their winning ways as they move forward in the season. The Marlins meet the Giants again today at 1 pm.