Philadelphia got a good start out of Cole Hamels, who pitched seven innings and only gave up three earned runs. Hamels scattered seven hits and three walks in a losing effort.
It just wasn't good enough against Mark Buehrle, who also went seven innings deep and allowed two runs in the process. Buehrle baffled Philadelphia throughout the afternoon, striking out seven.
Giancarlo Stanton (18) got the scoring started with a solo blast off of Hamels in the first, part of his two RBI affair. Jose Reyes also ignited the Marlins offense with two hits to bump his average up to .271.