Pablo Lopez gets big assist and Marlins offense roughs up Nationals' Patrick Corbin in 7-3 victory

MIAMI — Pablo Lopez could have gotten rattled in the fourth inning. Two Washington Nationals runners had just scored. Carter Kieboom stood on third representing the game-tying run. Andrew Stevenson was on first. He just needed one out to get out of the jam and keep the Miami Marlins’ lead intact.As Lopez fired his first pitch to Victor Robles, a 93.6-mph fastball in the zone, Stevenson and Kieboom both took off from their respective bases, looking to execute a double steal. Chad Wallach’s throw to second base wasn’t in time to get Stevenson. Sean Rodriguez’s throw back to Wallach, however, was…

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