Marlins Vs. Braves Final Score: Miami Holds On For 4-2 Win

The Miami Marlins were looking to stop a two game skid against the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday evening, after dropping the first two games of the series in decisive fashion. The Marlins got off to a quick start, picking up three runs in the top of the first inning, getting started by a Carlos Lee RBI single.

The Braves quickly answered in the second inning, bringing the score to 3-1 on a Paul Janish double. Pitcher Wade LeBlanch for the Marlins helped his own cause, doubling in the fifth inning to plate another run and push the Miami lead to 4-1.

The Braves picked up another run on a Dan Uggla double late, but the bullpen of the Marlins was able to hold down the Braves bats on the way to a 4-2 win.

For more on the Marlins, check out Fish Stripes. You can find more Braves coverage atTalking Chop. For news and analysis from around the Major League Baseball, check out Baseball Nation.

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