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Marlins 5, White Sox 4

Marlins 5, White Sox 4

MIAMI — Leftfielder Christian Yelich threw out pinch-runner Carlos Sanchez trying to score from second on a two-out single in the ninth inning, and the Marlins avoided a sweep. With runners at first and second, Tyler Saladino singled to left off former Ray Fernando Rodney, but Yelich charged to field the ball on one hop and threw to catcher Jeff Mathis, who blocked the plate and tagged Sanchez for the game-ending out.

Marlins 5, White Sox 4 08/14/16 [Last modified: Sunday, August 14, 2016 8:43pm]
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