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A high pitch count ended Jonathon Niese's night and propelled the Miami Marlins to another walkoff win.
When Henderson Alvarez closed out his shutout with a strikeout, the right-hander spun on the mound and threw a celebratory uppercut that landed on his left shoulder.
The Miami Marlins rewarded their manager with the best possible birthday gift.
Pinch-hitter Charlie Culberson felt good about his swing and then felt even better an instant later when he saw the ball he hit sail over the center field fence.
New York Mets leadoff hitter Eric Young Jr. was scratched from the starting lineup Sunday against the Colorado Rockies after being hit below the right eye during pregame batting practice.
Jhoulys Chacin felt stronger as his first start of the season progressed. It was the earlier innings that did him in.
On a grounder up the middle, Dillon Gee stuck his glove behind his back and somehow snared the ball.
Nolan Arenado extended the longest hitting streak in the majors. Charlie Blackmon and Troy Tulowitzki combined for six hits, five RBIs and five runs.
Terry Collins was hoping for a solid pitching outing to help offset playing in hitter-friendly Coors Field.