Marlins bounce back again to beat Red Sox, gain ground in NL East race
Marlins bounce back again to beat Red Sox, gain ground in NL East race

MIAMI — There was never any worry Tuesday, even as the Miami Marlins scuffled through a shutout loss to the last-place Boston Red Sox, that whatever the Marlins were doing in the opener of a three-game series in Miami was the sign of any lingering issue. The dugout didn’t feel any different, pitching kept the Marlins in the game and they even brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth inning. Don Mattingly had watched his team bounce back often enough this season that he didn’t sound concerned before first pitch Tuesday.He was right to not worry. A day after one of its worst offensive per…

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