intentionally walked to bring up Blanco.
Will Ohman (4-0) got the win despite allowing a run-scoring
double in the ninth to Cody Ross, who went 3-for-5 with a homer and
Atlanta had closed to 8-6 in the eighth when Arthur Rhodes
walked Blanco with the bases loaded and Joe Nelson walked Escobar
with the bases loaded.
Mike Jacobs, batting .096 in his previous 11 games, hit his 26th
homer, a two-run drive off Julian Tavarez that gave Florida a
four-run lead in the seventh.
Braves starter Jair Jurrjens, who gave up six runs, six hits and
two walks in a season-low three innings. Florida's Scott Olsen
allowed four runs, five hits and three walks in 5 1-3 innings.
Notes: Jones played in his 2,000th game, most in Atlanta history.
He ranks third in franchise history behind Hank Aaron (3,076) and
Eddie Mathews (2,223). ... Sammons' RBI single in the sixth ended a
Braves Edge Marlins 10-9
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