The Miami Marlins finally got a win at Nationals Park, then guaranteed themselves the National League's worst road record in the same day.
Wilson Ramos' ninth-inning grounder bounced off third baseman Chris Coghlan's leg for a game-ending error that allowed pinch-runner Eury Perez to score from third, and the Washington Nationals beat the Marlins 5-4 Sunday night for a split of a day-night doubleheader.
After dropping their first eight games in Washington, the Marlins beat the Nationals 4-2 in the opener as Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich homered and Steve Cishek tied a team record by converting his 27th consecutive save chance.
''He's been tremendous down there,'' Marlins manager Mike Redmond said of Cishek. ''I think there's not a guy on this team that doesn't have all the confidence in the world in him and his abilities, and when he gets out there, we feel like that game's over. It's been fun to see him adjust.''
Justin Ruggiano connected for a home run early in the se...