MIAMI (AP) -- The Los Angeles Dodgers had all three Miami Marlins outfielders leaping for the ball at the wall, and only Justin Turner managed to clear it.
Turner homered and also singled to increase his batting average to .374, and the Dodgers extended their winning streak to nine games Sunday by beating Miami 3-2.
It was the Dodgers' fourth one-run victory during their streak, and the score was close only because Marlins Park is so big.
"A lot of our guys are going to be real happy to get out of this place," Turner said. "If we were at home in Dodger Stadium, we might have hit 20 homers this series. This place is enormous. They have a very athletic outfield and cover a lot of ground, and they made a lot of really good plays."
But Giancarlo Stanton lost his glove over the 8