Shaky first inning erases early lead and Marlins can't finish rally in loss to Braves

ATLANTA — His outing Monday started with back-to-back walks, an elevated pitch count and four runs coming across home plate before he could get his first three outs of the game.It ended with six consecutive strikeouts in the third and fourth innings, showing the command and stuff the Miami Marlins liked from him when they called him up to help with their playoff run.At that point, though, Trevor Rogers was already at 91 pitches. He wouldn’t see the fifth. The Marlins wouldn’t recover either in their 5-4 loss to the Braves that began a pivotal four-game series at Truist Park.Miami drops to 28-2…

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