BRAVES 10, MARLINS 0: Damian Moss allowed one hit in seven innings and Wes Helms drove in three runs with a career-high four hits for visiting Atlanta.
Florida's only hit was by Derrek Lee, who grounded a single past third baseman Vinny Castilla leading off the fifth.
Moss drove in a run with a double, the first extra-base hit of his career, upping his career average to .069.
"I didn't think I had (no-hitter) kind of stuff," Moss said. "I just wanted to win."
Albie Lopez pitched two innings to complete the one-hitter.
In four games covering 9 innings against the Braves, loser Michael Tejera's ERA is 13.97. The crowd included Tejera's grandfather, who recently arrived in Miami from Cuba. They last saw each other eight years ago, when Tejera defected.
"I was emotional and I wanted to have a victory, but that's no excuse," Tejera said.
Fans booed Gary Sheffield, a former Marlin, for failing to run out a grounder to third in the fourth. He thought the ball was foul.