Tune into FOX Sports Florida at 6:30 p.m. to watch the Miami Marlins take on the Atlanta Braves.
The Miami Marlins have mustered just one run and seven hits in losing the first two games of their series with the Atlanta Braves.
There's reason to believe their offense will have a better showing Thursday night.
The Marlins try to break out of their funk and avoid being swept by the Braves, who give the ball to Mike Minor, owner of the majors' worst ERA.
After being five-hit by Tim Hudson in losing Tuesday's opener 11-0, Miami (31-25) managed two hits off starter Randall Delgado and nothing against relievers Jonny Venters, Eric O'Flaherty and Craig Kimbrel in a 2-1 loss Wednesday.
The Marlins, who had won seven of nine coming into this series, are now tied with Atlanta (31-25) for second place in the NL East, two games behind Washington.
The Braves have won nine of 11 at Miami.
"Their pitcher was better than we were," manager Ozzie Guillen said Wednesday. "Sometimes you've got ...