Cole Hamels struggled on the evening, lasting just five innings, while allowing three runs on five hits and four walks. Even if Hamels had brought his A-game Wednesday night, the lefty would've been left stranded by the offense yet again, as they managed just five hits on their way to their sixth straight loss.
Hamels would not be as lucky in the fourth inning, however, as the Marlins brought home the first run of the game before tacking on two more in the fifth to extend their lead to 3-0.
That would be all the offense the Marlins would need, but they would add two more in the eighth for good measure, as they topped the Phillies 5-0.
By: Kyle Babcock
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