PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Miami Marlins had been reeling since Giancarlo Stanton was struck in the face by a fastball on Thursday night. A four-run, ninth-inning rally against Jonathan Papelbon and the Philadelphia Phillies made them feel a lot better.
"It's probably the biggest win of the year for us," Miami manager Mike Redmond said after Sunday's 5-4 victory. "It's been very emotional the last few days. We needed a win."
Papelbon lost the lead and his cool. He grabbed his crotch as he walked to the dugout in the middle of the ninth and was ejected by crew chief Joe West.