Bell and Luplow hit homers against the Marlins

First baseman Josh Bell and Ranger Jordan Luplow bounced the ball off the field with home runs for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who defeated the Miami Marlins 5-3.

Bell (9) connected full back in the second with a runner ahead and Luplow (3) made it in the seventh, also leading a man in circulation.

The victory was credited by the Dominican relay Richard Rodriguez (4-2) in one episode, taking out two batters.

The Venezuelan closer Felipe Vázquez (31) managed to rescue a one-way job, striking out a batter.

For the Marlins the defeat was carried by the Colombian relief Tayron Guerrero (1-3) in an episode, he accepted three hits and three races.


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