Baseball’s new replay rules are bringing smiles — and wins — to the Marlins.

For the second time in three days, the Marlins on Sunday benefitted from a replay decision that led directly to a victory — not to mention a series sweep over Seattle.

The Marlins scored the tying run in the eighth inning when replays showed Christian Yelich, who was called out at home on a force play at the plate, touched the plate before the ball landed in the catcher’s mitt.

And they scored the go-ahead run one batter late on an Adeiny Hechavarria sacrifice fly in the 3-2 victory.

Steve Cishek preserved the win by recording his 32nd consecutive save.

Kevin Slowey was making his first start of the season, as was his mound opponent, Brandon Maurer. Slowey held the Mariners to a pair of runs, with both coming on sacrifice flies, over five innings.

Maurer did even better. He held the Marlins without a hit through four innings before Garrett Jones ended the drought with an infield single with one out in the fifth.

Donovan Solano, who made his second straight start at second base, drove in Jones with a RBI single, at which point Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon turned to his bullpen.