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Red Sox Vs. Marlins Final Score: Miami Drops Series In 10-2 Loss

The Miami Marlins opened up their three-game series with the Boston Red Sox with a 4-1 victory, but the Fish struggled offensively in the next two games. On Wednesday night, it wasn't just the Marlins offense however that struggled, the pitching did as well.

Marlins starter Ricky Nolasco got knocked around early, lasting just six innings giving up three earned runs and four runs total. Randy Choate was really the pitcher who struggled for Miami however, as Choate gave up four earned runs and wasn't able to even record a single out.

The Marlins offense just couldn't figure out Felix Doubront, as Doubront allowed just three hits in his seven innings of work. The Marlins totaled just four hits total, including a Jose Reyes home run.

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