Found September 14, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
MIAMI (AP) -- The Cincinnati Reds' push toward the playoffs was slowed Friday by a last-place team and a rookie who earned his first National League victory. Jacob Turner allowed only two hits in a career-high seven innings to help the Miami Marlins beat the NL Central leaders 4-0. Turner (1-2) outpitched Bronson Arroyo (12-8), who gave up four runs in six innings. The Reds became the final NL team to make their debut at Marlins Park, and they couldn't muster much offense in the spacious ballpark. Steve Cishek pitched the ninth to complete a three-hitter, and Cincinnati was shut out for only the third time, fewest in the NL.
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