Found June 23, 2013 on BaySportsNet:
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The Miami Marlins (25-50) may be the worst team in baseball but this weekend series against the San Francisco Giants (38-37) proved their record wrong.  The Marlins swam away with a series win of 3-1 and today’s game 7-2. Overall, the Giants have lost the last 10 of their last 11 games with the Marlins at AT&T Park. The Giants saw tough pitching throughout the series from the Marlins and Manager, Bruce Bochy, gives them credit for shutting his team down. “We ran into some good pitching and they’ve been pitching well. We saw a great arm today… The guy today was throwing 97-98 and he pitched great,” said Bochy, “Still you’ve got a way to find runs and they shut us down every game.” “Their starters, their bullpen were great and we got outplayed here,” he continued. The Giants had many opportunities to score but today they were 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position and 4-for-32 in total against the Marlins this series. Tomorrow brings hope to this ball club as they look forward t...
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