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MIAMI -- After giving up their early lead, the Miami Marlins took advantage of the New York Mets miscues late. Giancarlo Stanton hit his 34th home run and the Marlins scored three runs in the eighth inning to beat the Mets 9-6 on Monday. "It was back and forth, a few different lead changes there, we kept pushing and that was the biggest key to finish it off," Stanton said. Miami capitalized on some wildness by Mets reliever Jeurys Familia (2-4) in the eighth. Familia had two throwing errors and a wild pitch, leading to the three tiebreaking runs as the Marlins who snapped a five-game losing streak to the Mets. "I just had a bad day," Familia said. "I felt the same way I do every time out, I just had a bad day." Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who had doubled to open the inning, scored on Familias wild pitch two batters later, giving the Marlins a 7-6 lead. Adeiny Hechavarria later scored on a fielders choice with the bases loaded and Christian Yelich came in on a walk to Casey McGehee. Marcell Ozuna and McGehee finished with two RBIs each for the Marlins, who used five relievers after starter Henderson Alvarez left in the third inning with a left oblique strain. A.J. Ramos (6-0) pitched a scoreless eighth and Steve Cishek pitched the ninth for his 32nd save in 36 chances. Dilson Herrera, a 20-year old second baseman who is the youngest player in the Majors and the only one to jump from Single-A to the big leagues, hit his first career home run and first career triple while driving in three runs for the Mets. David Wright had two RBIs for New York. The score was tied at 6-6 going into the eighth before the Mets committed three of their season-high six errors and walked three batters. "It wasnt a big-league baseball game, I can tell you that," Mets manager Terry Collins said. Alvarez battled through the injury in the first two innings, retiring the first six batters he faced before he was pulled in a rough third inning. Alvarez allowed a home run to Herrera to start the third and a base hit by Wright, which cleared the bases after Ozunas wild throw home from centre field ended up in the stands to give the Mets a 4-2 lead. "I was frustrated, I was mad, I wanted to keep pitching," Alvarez said. "I went out there with the pain and I was able to go through it, but sometimes youve got to give in to it. It was frustrating and a terrible feeling." Marlins manager Mike Redmond and a trainer came out to talk to Alvarez, who eventually slammed the ball into Redmonds hand when he left the mound. "You kidding me? All the foul tips Ive taken in my life, that was nothing," Redmond said. "It felt like a feather." The Mets led 6-5 in sixth after Herreras two-run triple, but the Marlins tied it in the bottom of the sixth on an RBI single by Yelich. Mets starter Zack Wheeler, who came into the game with a 6-1 record and 2.17 ERA over his last 11 starts, lasted just 4 2-3 innings while throwing 114 pitches. He struck out eight and allowed five hits and five runs -- two earned. "I felt terrible all day, honestly," Wheeler said. "My breaking ball was up in the zone -- nothing was really working for me." TRAINERS ROOM Marlins: Alvarez began feeling pain in his oblique during his last start on Aug. 27 at the Los Angeles Angels. He is listed as day-to-day and plans on returning to the mound this season. "The plan is to keep doing my work, keep doing my training, get healthy, and finish the year off healthy and finish the year off strong," Alvarez said. ... RHP Bryan Morris (hip) plans to be available in the bullpen on Tuesday. UP NEXT Marlins RHP Brad Penny (1-0, 5.40) will get the start against Mets LHP Jon Niese (7-10, 3.48) on Tuesday. Niese is 1-0 with a 1.42 ERA in three career starts at Marlins Park. Penny is 5-13 with a 6.25 ERA in his career against the Mets. STANTON STRIKES EARLY Stanton is tied with Torontos Jose Bautista for the most first-inning home runs in the majors this season with 12. HERRERA OFF TO A GOOD START Herrera is the youngest Met to hit his first career home run since Jose Reyes did so on June 15, 2003, against the Angels at Anaheim, California. Josh Rosen Cardinals Jersey . The 21-year-old Canadian earned a spot in his third career ATP final on Saturday thanks to his first Top 10 victory of the new tennis season, a 6-4, 6-4 win over world no. 10 Nicolas Almagro of Spain. Christian Kirk Jersey . Dancevic won his singles match on Friday, defeating Go Soeda 6-4, 7-6 (2), 6-1, to even the best-of-five series at a game apiece. World No. 18 Kei Nishikori defeated Peter Polansky in the opening match, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. http://www.nflcardinalsrookiestore.com/C...an-Kirk-Jersey/. -- Jaye Marie Green shot a course-record 10-under 62 on Wednesday to take the first-round lead in the LPGA Tours qualifying tournament. 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The result does not affect Canadas silver-medal finish at the World Championship, nor does it have any ramifications for the Jacobs team. "We are disappointed to hear this news," said Canadian Curling Association (CCA) Chief Executive Officer Greg Stremlaw. "We take the issue of doping in sports extremely seriously, and we stress repeatedly and emphatically to our athletes how important it is to respect the rules set down by the World Anti-Doping Agency. We respect the findings of the tests, and will pursue no further action on behalf of the athlete in question. In the end, regardless of the circumstance, our athletes are solely responsible for everything that enters their body. Having said that, we are firm in the belief that our athletes respect the rules and will continue to display a high standard of following them. As well, the CCA will continue to provide educational resources to our athletes on the subject of doping. Players who compete in national and international events are told in advance, and in clear language, of the anti-doping rules and the importance of following them." Dumontelle informed the CCA, World Curling Federation and the World Anti-Doping Agency that he has acknowledged the violation and has waived his right to appeal the finding. His two-year sanction ends on May 6, 2015 (two years from the date of the provisional suspension being assessed), and makes him ineligiblle to participate in any sport that is part of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program during the time of the suspension.dddddddddddd "I take full responsibility for the findings of the positive test at the World Championship in Victoria. I am truly sorry for letting down my teammates, the Canadian Curling Association and curling fans across Canada," said Dumontelle. "I was taking a workout supplement that I believed was safe; clearly, it was not and I regret that decision. I had no intentions of trying to beat the system. I was made aware by our Canadian Curling Association High Performance staff of my responsibilities to respect and follow the rules as set down by the World Anti-Doping Agency. At the end of the day I accept that it was, and is, my responsibility to make sure that I am playing by those rules." "We have been informed of the positive finding for alternate player Matt Dumontelle, and while we remain friends with Matt, we in no way condone his actions," said E.J. Harnden, the second for Team Jacobs. "We respect the rules of the the World Anti-Doping Agency, and we also respect the process and the resulting penalty. Our team has undergone various in-competition tests this season with no adverse findings. As well, we are fully aware that as high-performance athletes, we are subject to random testing at any time. This is as it should be, because in no way, shape or form do we think that doping has a place in sports. 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