Miami Marlins smile with another shutout against Detroit

DETROIT-. Bryan De La Cruz homered, Trevor Rogers pitched five scoreless innings and the Miami Marlins They beat the Detroit Tigers 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon.

Miami (13-32) has won two straight and three of four after a four-game losing streak. They held off the Tigers on Tuesday and Wednesday to win the three-game series.

Four relievers finished, with Tanner Scott pitching the ninth for his fifth save. Two-out singles by Javier Báez and Carson Kelly put runners on the curves, but Riley Greene struck out.

A day after Ryan Weathers pitched eight shutout innings, Rogers (1-6) held the Tigers scoreless for five innings. He allowed three hits and two walks while striking out six.

Casey Mize (1-2) allowed two runs on two hits in six innings. Detroit (21-22) has lost four straight series and nine of its last 12 games.

Unlike Tuesday, where teams needed 10 innings to score a run, the Marlins only needed 11 pitches on Wednesday. Jazz Chisholm Jr. led the game with an infield single and De La Cruz hit his ninth home run over the center field fence.

Mize and the Detroit bullpen didn't allow another hit until Nick Fortes' two-out single in the eighth, but the Tigers' offense couldn't get going.

The Tigers loaded the bases with two outs in the third, but Rogers struck out Gio Urshela on three pitches and didn't get another runner in scoring position.