Thursday night's game was supposed to be all about Ricky Nolasco getting another chance at notching his 69th victory and making franchise history.

Take two, though, didn't go well either.

Five days after having his worst start of the season in a loss to the Mets, Nolasco endured his shortest. He lasted just four innings, giving up four earned runs on seven hits and the Braves pounded the Marlins 7-0 in front of 27,724 at Turner Field.

Braves starter Brandon Beachy, who came in with the lowest ERA in baseball, had little trouble keeping the Marlins bats quiet.

He scattered five hits and tossed his first career shutout, improving to 5-1 and dropping his ERA from 1.60 to 1.33.

He threw 122 pitches, 80 for strikes.