Marlins Vs. Padres: Miami Stumbles In Fifth Inning, Falls 7-2

The home-losing skid continues for the Miami Marlins. After giving up five runs in the fifth and two in the sixth, the Marlins' 2-0 lead quickly vanished and they fell by a score of 7-2 to the San Diego Padres on Friday night at Marlins Park, marking their nine consecutive loss in South Florida.

Starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano had tossed a scoreless first four innings, but imploded in the fifth, including walking in a run and giving up a three-run triple.

Miami wouldn't recover. It had originally taken a 2-0 lead in the fourth when a Jose Reyes triple scored Donovan Solano and a single from Carlos Lee drove Reyes in as well.

The second meeting of the teams' three-game weekend set is scheduled for Saturday at 7:10 p.m. EST.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the weekend on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all of the latest news and updates. As always, please head over to Fish Stripes for more on this series and all things Miami Marlins baseball. For some perspective from the other dugout, you can check out Gaslamp Baseball, SB Nation's San Diego Padres blog. For more on this and every other MLB series please check out theSB Nation Major League Baseball hub page.

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