NEW YORK -- An early exit for Tom Koehler on Saturday afternoon created a long day for the Marlins' bullpen. But in one of their most impressive performances of the season, six relievers combined to throw 5 2/3 scoreless innings.
A.J. Ramos was called upon to log a four-out save, and Miami clipped the Mets, 9-5, at Citi Field, securing a series victory.
Dunn, in the sixth inning, inherited two base runners, yet struck out Lucas Duda and got Daniel Murphy to bounce out to short. Dunn picked up the win.
In the seventh, Capps allowed a leadoff single to Michael Cuddyer, but ended up striking out Lagares and Kevin Plawecki. A couple of times, Capps reached 100 mph.
Capps threw a 100 mph fastball to Plawecki, and then froze him on an 84 mph slider.
Capps knew he was throwing hard, but wasn't sure if he reached 100.
"I can't really tell," he said. "I try not to look at the scoreboard, because if I do, I'll look like a jerk. Sometimes I can definitely tell [by the crowd]. I feel if I get into one and the crowd reacts, I figure I got into it pretty good. I'm definitely not trying to throw it a certain miles per hour or anything, I'm trying to get outs."
Ramos logged Miami's first four-out save since Steve Cishek on May 24, 2014 against the Brewers.
Jennings went to Ramos in a two-run game with a runner on third and Duda at the plate and Murphy to follow.
"We went with Ramos with the four-out save because Duda and Murphy were a combined, 1-for-15 against him," Jennings said. "Ramos came in and got the job done."
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