LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Florida Marlins had to endure yet another early exit from one of their starters. And to manager Mike Redmond’s surprise, it was Tom Koehler’s turn to hit the showers early after throwing 15 scoreless innings in his previous two outings.
Christian Yelich helped stake Koehler to a 3-1 lead with a solo homer in the third inning, but the Marlins’ right-hander never made it through the fourth and gave up a go-ahead three-run homer to Yasiel Puig in a 6-5 loss to the Dodgers on Monday night.
“That’s four in a row for us, where we haven’t had a starter get past the fifth inning — and it’s tough to win a ballgame like that at home or on the road,” Redmond said.
Koehler (3-3) gave up four runs, six hits and five walks in 3 2-3 innings. In his previous two starts, he beat the Dodgers…
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