Hamels leads Phils past Marlins 2-1

MIAMI (AP) - September 14, 2010 Hamels (11-10) threw a career-high 127 pitches and allowed only one run. The left-hander won his fourth consecutive start and won for the first time in seven career starts in Miami.

Philadelphia increased its cushion in the division when second-place Atlanta lost to Washington 6-0.

Shane Victorino scored both runs for the Phillies, who totaled only five hits and won despite going 0 for 11 with runners in scoring position.

Florida ended Hamels' streak of 25 1-3 consecutive scoreless innings in the first, bunching three hits, including Dan Uggla's RBI infield single. But the Marlins managed only three hits the rest of the way.

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