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Nolasco had a bad start; No Offense in 7-1 loss
- Updated: August 1, 2012
Ricky Nolasco had a terrible outing, plus, there was no offense for the Marlins as they loss 7 to 1 to the Braves.
Donnie Murphy belted a solo home run, which was the only run for the Fish.
Jose Reyes extended his hitting streak to eighteen games.
Ricky Nolasco was just awful. He gave up four runs (all earned) in five innings and he struck out six and walked four.
The rain forced the game to be delayed, but the game continues after almost two hours of rain.
Dan Jennings threw in the sixth. He gave up two runs (one earned). Ryan Webb was given the ball to pitch in the seventh and eighth. Webb only gave up a run because of an error by Greg Dobbs in left field.
The Marlins lost seven to one to the Braves at Turner Field.
Next Game: Wade LeBlanc will make his first start as a starter for Miami tonight at 7:10 PM ET against the Braves at Turner Field.