Marlins vs. Phillies final score: Miami wins on walkoff single by Carlos Lee

Mark Buehrle reached 200 innings for the 12th consecutive season as the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 2-1, on a walkoff single by Carlos Lee.

Despite his accomplishment Buehrle was denied his 14th win, leaving with the game tied 1-1. He gave Miami an extremely strong start, going eight innings while striking out eight and walking none. He allowed one run on six hits before Steve Cishek entered in relief and pitched a scoreless ninth, opening the door for the walkoff win.

Bryan Peterson set things up with a leadoff double off Josh Lindblom. Jose Reyes grounded out to third, making it one on with one out. Giancarlo Stanton, whose fourth inning solo home run was behind the Marlins' only other run, was intentionally walked. Lee came to the plate and sent the fans home happy, singling to center and winning the game for Miami.

With the loss the Phillies were mathematically eliminated from the playoffs. Game 2 of the series is Saturday at 7:10 p.m.

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