Luis Garcia replaced Halladay and walked the first two batters he faced, bringing a run home for the Marlins, which was charged to Halladay's line. Garcia would throw two and two-thirds innings for the Phillies, allowing three hits and walking three.
Joe Savery was next up, tossing one and two-thirds of an inning of perfect ball before handing things over to Justin De Fratus who tossed one and one-third scoreless inning. Ethan Martin came on to toss a scoreless seventh, but things would not go as smoothly for the Phillies in the eighth, as B.J. Rosenberg allowed three runs while recording only one out. Cesar Jimenez would come on to notch the final two outs in the inning, but with no offensive support, the Phillies were doomed from the start.
The Phillies managed only four hits all game on their way to being shut out. Jimmy Rollins, Dom Brown, Darin Ruf and Roger Bernadina each recorded one hit for the Phillies, with Rollins being the only one to go for extra bases, as he smacked his 33rd double of the season.
The Phillies will face off against the Marlins again in game two of this series. Zach Miner will make the start for the Phillies, who will look to their bullpen to piece together another outing.
By: Kyle Babcock
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