Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler overcame a stomach bug and the Detroit Tigers to earn his second straight victory in his last start of the season.
Koehler pitched 5 1-3 innings and Giancarlo Stanton drove in three runs to lead Miami to a 3-2 win over Detroit on Friday night that kept the Tigers from clinching home field throughout the postseason.
''It was one of those days that I had to gut it through,'' Koehler said.
Koehler (5-10) gave up two runs and five hits, walked three and struck out three.
''It was a great way to go out,'' Koehler said. ''I've been real pleased the way I've been throwing the ball the last couple of outings. I only feel the experience I've had here is going to help me in the future.''
Miami scored all its runs on Stanton's bases-loaded double in the third. The Marlins loaded the bases on Koyle Hill's leadoff single and consecutive two-out walks to Placido Polanco and Christian Yelich.
''We had some great at-bats, were patient,'' Marlins manager Mike Redmon...