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Marlins take advantage of wild Kimbrel to nip Braves

ATLANTA -- Marcell Ozuna swung and missed at a ninth-inning pitch he couldn't hit with a boat oar. Craig Kimbrel got the strikeout, but the Marlins got the go-ahead run on base. A second Kimbrel wild pitch put Ozuna in scoring position, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia did the rest. He lined a 2-2 offering into center as part of a three-hit effort, sending the Marlins to a four-game series-clinching 3-2 win over the Braves at Turner Field on Thursday. It took six tries, but Henderson Alvarez finally earned his first victory over the Braves after tossing eight nearly mistake-free innings. His lone miscue was a first-pitch fastball Chris Johnson tagged for a two-run homer in the second. Braves ...

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