(Eds: Updates throughout with details and quotes. With AP Photos.) By STEVEN WINE AP Sports Writer Dan Uggla lofted a majestic fly to left-center field and began his home-run trot, thinking he had hit a rare home run at Marlins Park.
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez thought the ball was gone, too. So did Marlins center fielder Justin Ruggiano, and right fielder Giancarlo Stanton.
But homers are tough to come by in Miami, and Uggla's blow barely grazed the wall. He hustled belatedly to leg out a double.
''I was confused and disappointed and mad all at the same time,'' Uggla said.
Marlins Park tends to have that effect on hitters. Through Monday, the Marlins ranked last in the majors with 53 homers, but they had hit a respectable 36 on the road - only 17 at home.
Ruggiano led them with 12 homers, but had none at home.
''I try not to think about it,'' Ruggiano said Tuesday. ''It's frustrating because it's very unrewarding for a guy who uses the whole field and tries to take a good a...