Miami, FL (Sports Network) - The third time was a charm for Miami's Ricky
Coming off back-to-back losses, Nolasco finally secured sole possession of the
Marlins' all-time record for wins as Miami downed the Colorado Rockies, 7-6,
in the middle test of a three-game set.
The 29-year-old right-hander picked up career victory No. 68 back on May 6 to
move into a tie for the Marlins' franchise lead with Dontrelle Willis. But he
had been battered around in two starts since, allowing 10 runs in only 8 2/3
On Tuesday, Nolasco (5-2) surrendered three first-inning runs on four hits,
but settled down and allowed just one more run on four hits over the next five
frames. He fanned six and walked one for Miami, which tied the club record
with its 16th win in May.
Juan Nicasio (2-2) struck out six and was charged with six runs -- five earned
-- on nine hits and three walks in five innings for the Rockies, who have
dropped six straight and 10-of-12.
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