Aramis Ramirez fouled off a third-inning pitch into the Marlins dugout Tuesday. It struck former Cubs teammate Carlos Zambrano, hitting coach Eduardo Perez and sent Ozzie Guillen scurrying.

By game's end, Guillen was probably wishing not only that it caught him as well but rendered him unconscious.

Instead, he was forced to sit through a brutal display of pitching on both sides that prompted a profanity-ridden tirade in the clubhouse following a 13-12, 10-inning defeat that saw the Marlins overcome a seven-run deficit.

Jose Reyes thought he erased his two errors from earlier in the game with a 10th-inning, solo homer off Livan Hernandez put the Marlins up one. In the bottom half, closer Heath Bell walked leadoff man Carlos Gomez and with two out served up the walk-off homer to Ramirez.

Guillen well after his media session ended went into the clubhouse lounge complaining about everyone treating Bell, who blew his fifth save in 22 tries, like a pariah.

"Bell gave up two runs," Guillen said. "How about the rest of the [expletive] 10 or 12 runs they scored? That's why this [expletive] game is not [expletive] fair and Ozzie is talking [expletive]. No, I'm telling the truth. People forgot how [expletive] we were before that [expletive] inning. Write that [expletive] down]."