The Miami Marlins defeat the Cincinnati Reds in walk off fashion thanks to their rookie outfielder Isaac Galloway. The Fish defeated the Reds 1-0 in extra innings and have evened the series. Both offenses did not have a great night as they struggled to put runs on the board. Marlins starting pitcher Wei-Yin Chen had another start for the Fish as he usually does at home. Former Marlins prospect Luis Castillo also had a great night for the Reds on the mound.
The Cincinnati Reds fought hard but the Marlins pitching staff was too much for the Reds lineup. Right-handed pitcher Luis Castillo got the start for the Cincinnati Reds. Castillo threw 8.1 innings allowing five hits, no runs, no walks and five strikeouts. Relief pitcher David Hernandez got the loss as he pitched one inning allowing two hits, one run and a K. At the plate, the Cincinnati Reds had a night to forget as they only had three hits versus the Fish. Eugenio Suarez went 1-4 with a base knock. Phillip Ervin and Curt Casali both went 1-4 with doubles.
Flip the M! The Miami Marlins are in the win column thanks to clutch hitting from one of their many rookies. Left-handed pitcher Wei-Yin Chen got the start for the Miami Marlins. Chen threw seven innings allowing three hits, no runs, no walks and eight strikeouts. Kyle Barraclough earned his first win of the season as he pitched 0.2 of an inning allowing no hits and no runs. The Marlins lineup weren’t great but they did enough to get the win against the Reds. J.T Realmuto went 1-3 with a single and a walk. Derek Dietrich went 1-4 with a double. Brian Anderson also went 1-4 with a double and Isaac Galloway went 1-1 with a pinch hit walk off double.
The Marlins will look to take the lead in the series as they’ll take on the Cincinnati Reds again Saturday night. Right-handed pitcher Jose Urena will get the start for the Miami Marlins. Right-handed pitcher Anthony DeSclafani will be on the mound for the Cincinnati Reds. You can watch this game on Saturday night at 7:10 pm EST on Fox Sports Florida.