Worth noting

Christian Yelich's two-run homer on Wednesday night came on his 100th big league hit. He is the first player since Jose Lobaton on Aug. 23, 2013, to post a homer on career hit No. 100. It's happened five times in Marlins history, with Justin Ruggiano (Aug. 10, 2012) being the most recent.

• The Marlins on Tuesday and Wednesday had back-to-back games with nine runs, marking their first time since Sept. 4-5, 2009, to score nine or more runs in successive games.

Jeff Baker has been dealing with flu-like symptoms in recent days.

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