The last-place Miami Marlins found a new way to lose - by getting caught in a walkoff rundown.
Rookie pinch-runner Jake Marisnick made the final out Tuesday trying to advance to third base when a pitch got past the catcher, and Miami lost to the Atlanta Braves 4-3.
''I think that sums up how we're going right now,'' said Marlins manager Mike Redmond, whose team has lost four straight games and 25 of the past 35.
With Miami trailing by a run in the ninth, Marisnick entered the game after Placido Polanco's one-out double. With two outs and Ed Lucas at the plate, Craig Kimbrel's fastball got by catcher Brian McCann, and Marisnick took off.
The ball caromed off the backstop directly to McCann, who took advantage of the favorable bounce to start a 2-5-4 putout.
''I can't believe it bounced right back to him like that,'' Lucas said.
''Awesome,'' Braves left fielder Evan Gattis said. ''Just like we drew it up.''
That gave Kimbrel his major league-leading 46th save in 49 chances. He ...