But then, sure. Atlanta scored 11 runs of their half of the second, 9 of them with two out. (The Marlins unsuccessfully appealed a detailed play at third base that may have been the third out with the rating solely 2-2.) In the inning, the Braves had three homers, 5 singles, three walks and a stolen base.
The first seven runs have been charged to the Marlins starter Pablo Lopez, and the final 4 to Jordan Yamamoto.
Yamamoto would finally be charged with 13 runs, although solely 12 of them have been earned. By the time he was yanked in the fifth inning, after giving up 11 hits, 2 walks and 4 homers, the Marlins trailed, 19-8, and Yamamoto’s E.R.A. was a strong 18.26.
Did it get any worse?
It bought worse.
Five gamers had three hits for the Braves, and all 10 males who performed recorded at the least one. Three gamers scored 5 runs, and three drove in at the least that many.