MIAMI Somehow, the Marlins watched the Diamondbacks commit three second-inning errors Saturday and failed to score. They weren't going to let them get away with another bumbling inning unscathed.

Errors four and five came in the seventh and contributed to the unearned run that proved the difference in a 2-1 win at Marlins Park. Starters Henderson Alvarez and Wade Miley both were outstanding as each allowed one earned run through seven innings. Miley's defense failed him.

A Mark Trumbo error on a throw over put the go-ahead run on second with no out. With one out, Ozuna on third and the infield in, Miley got the Jeff Mathis grounder he wanted. The Diamondbacks couldn't execute the 6-2 putout. Cliff Pennington's throw was wide and got past catcher Miguel Montero as Ozuna slid home.