The Miami Marlins demolished the Texas Rangers 22-10 at Globe Life Park on Wednesday night. It was the most runs compiled in a game by the Marlins in franchise history. The Fish completed their road trip with a 4-2 record and won their third consecutive road series for the first time since May 2012.
Dee Gordon began the contest with a lead-off homer on the first pitch for Miami(46-53). It was his first home run of the year. Christian Yelich also hit a solo home run later in the inning.
The Marlins added nine runs in the top of the fourth and led Texas(49-52) 11-1. Giancarlo Stanton later smacked his major-league leading 33rd home run of the season during the eighth inning on a 2-0 pitch to left field.