The Marlins were unstoppable against the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon, as they defeated Toronto 9-0 to end this interleague weekend series. The win also puts an end to Miami's atrocious six-game losing streak, which goes back to the team dropping 15 out of 17 games.
Toronto put up eight hits but couldn't manage to drive in any runs, leaving a total of 14 runners on base. Meanwhile, Miami started its scoring with an RBI single to shallow left field by Scott Cousins. Then John Buck hit a two-run homer in that inning, which was later followed by a two-run homer by Greg Dobbs.
Hanley Ramirez came through with a two-RBI triple in the seventh inning. And Logan Morrison's sacrifice fly finished the scoring for Miami.
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