The Marlins couldn't get to Dodger Stadium quick enough.

They were fresh off a sweep of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. They had lost one series here in seven years. Hanley Ramirez was a .410 lifetime hitter (25 for 61) with five doubles, three homers and 10 RBI in 15 games at Chavez Ravine.

And Mike Stanton and Ricky Nolasco were among the club's Southern California contingent that was coming home.

Sunday, the Marlins couldn't get out of Dodger Stadium quick enough.

Nolasco, with more than 100 friends and family members in the stands, set a new franchise record for most hits allowed (15) in a disheartening 8-0 waxing. Clayton Kershaw struck out 10 and held the Marlins to two hits for his second career shutout.

Stanton? He went 0 for 9 in the series with a run, two walks, four strikeouts and two errors in right field. He didn't care to discuss it afterward.

Ramirez? He popped out in the first inning and began complaining of back pain. Manager Edwin Rodriguez sent him out in the bottom of the first, only to realize his shortstop wasn't going to help the cause, which was lost rather early.

"I didn't like what I saw," Rodriguez said. "Swinging is one thing, but when he can't perform defensively, now he's going to be hurting the pitching and the whole team. He wasn't reacting to the pitch."

The Dodgers had no issues reacting to Nolasco's offerings. They tied the franchise record for most hits off a pitcher in a game and finished with 17.