The Miami Marlins dropped their road trip finale on Sunday 4-1 to the San Francisco Giants. The 11-game trip ended with a 4-7 record for Miami.
Jacob Turner had a long tough first inning but managed to six innings total. Turner threw over 30 pitches in the first inning and allowed three runs. Overall, the young right-hander allowed four runs on six hits in six innings. Turner also struck out seven while falling to 0-2 on the year.
Carter Capps pitched the seventh inning and continued his excellent season with a scoreless inning that consisted of two strikeouts. Capps has a minuscule 0.90 E.R.A on the year after the outing.
Brad Hand worked the eighth in scoreless fashion though the lefty did once again struggle with his command.
The best chance offensively for the Marlins came in the eighth inning when they started the inning with second and third with nobody out. A run would score on a ground out but that would be it. Giancarlo Stanton appearing as a pinch-hitter flew out with runners at the corners to end the inning.
Adeiny Hechavarria and Casey McGehee each had a pair of hits with Derek Dietrich picking up the only extra base hit. It was Dietrich's fourth double of the year.
Miami was 1-7 with runners in scoring position and left eight men on base in the game.
The Marlins are off on Monday before opening a series on Tuesday against the Philadelphia Phillies. Anthony DeSclafani is scheduled to make his second career start.