Marlins Vs. Phillies: Miami Shoots For First Series Win In Philadelphia In Over Two Years

The Miami Marlins continued their recent winning ways on Saturday, defeating Cole Hamels and the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4, and the Marlins have a chance with a win Sunday to capture their first series in Philadelphia since April of 2010. Miami has now won 22 of their last 31 ballgames.

Carlos Zambrano (3-3, 3.00 ERA) will take the mound for Ozzie Guillen's club on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park. Zambrano has struggled mightily in his career in Philadelphia, going just 2-4 with a 5.72 ERA in six City of Brotherly Love starts.

The Phillies will counter with Joe Blanton (4-5, 5.05 ERA), who historically has fared well against the Marlins franchise but has struggled in the 2012 campaign. In his career, Blanton is 7-2 with a 3.10 ERA in 10 starts against the Marlins. Blanton, however, is 0-2 with an abysmal 12.51 ERA in his last three overall starts.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Marlins, visit Fish Stripes. For all things Philadelphia Phillies baseball, please check out The Good Phight. And as always, please check out the SB Nation MLB Baseball hub page for more on this and every Major League series.

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