Left-hander Patrick Corbin pitched 5 2-3 innings to win his major league debut Monday, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the slumping Miami Marlins 9-5.
The 22-year-old Corbin, who was called up from Double-A Mobile, struck out six and allowed three runs.
One day after jumping ahead 8-0, the Diamondbacks were up 7-0 by the fifth inning. Cody Ransom and Justin Upton hit two-run homers, and Willie Bloomquist had a two-run double.
The home team drew boos for the second straight day and lost for the eighth time in nine games. Miami tapped into a 1-2-3 bases-loaded double play and committed three errors, including one on a
Arizona added two runs in the ninth off struggling Marlins closer Heath Bell, working in a non-save situation. His ERA rose to 10.80.
Mark Buehrle (1-4) endured his worst outing this season. Facing Arizona for the first time in his 370th career start, the left-hander lasted only five innings and allowed seven runs - four earned - and eight hits.
Miami, expected t...