Schifilliti surrendered five in three, but the bullpen allowed no runs and the offense banged out nine to help secure the win for the NJ Marlins.
Miami Chiefs Baseball was ahead early but it ultimately surrendered the lead for good. Miami Chiefs Baseball was ahead until the fifth inning, but the NJ Marlins would not be denied the win, taking the lead back on an RBI single by Bruce Martin.
Levi Gilcrease got a hit in each of his three at bats. He doubled in the second inning and singled in the first and fifth innings.
Angel Ortiz shut down Miami Chiefs Baseball while he was on the hill. Miami Chiefs Baseball managed just one hit off of the the NJ Marlins' pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out three during his two innings of work.
The NJ Marlins' Gilcrease, Michael Higgins and Martin combined for seven hits and four RBIs.
The top of the first saw the NJ Marlins take an early lead, 1-0. Gilcrease singled to ignite the NJ Marlins' offense. A single by Schifilliti then moved Gilcrease from first to second. Higgins singled, scoring Gilcrease.
The NJ Marlins got two-run rallies in the second inning and the fifth. In the second, the NJ Marlins scored on a wild pitch, bringing home Jowenrick Daantji.
It didn't take long for Miami Chiefs Baseball to respond as it scored three runs of its own in the third. Miami Chiefs Baseball scored on an RBI single by Robert Montes and a two-run single by Carlos Pino.
The game's last lead went to the NJ Marlins thanks to a fifth inning rally that saw two runs cross the plate on a sacrifice fly by Higgins and an RBI single by Martin.
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