Anderson’s two-run triple in 11th lifts Marlins past Pirates

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Brian Anderson atoned for a costly error with a two-run triple in the 11th inning and the Miami Marlins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 Thursday afternoon.

Anderson originally was hit by a pitch from reliever Wil Crowe but the Pirates successfully challenged it hit his bat first.

Anderson then sent a drive to deep right center that scored Jesús Aguilar and Avisaíl Garcíia.

Ben Gamel’s RBI double against Richard Bleier (2-1) in the top of the 11th put the Pirates ahead 2-1.

Pittsburgh tied it 1-1 in the eighth on third baseman Anderson’s fielding error that scored Yoshi Tsutsugo from first.


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