Kevin Frandsen slides safely into home during the Phillies' 3-2 loss to the Marlins. (USA Today Images)
MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins rallied for a run in the bottom of the eighth inning to beat the Phillies, 3-2, on Wednesday night.
The Phillies have lost six of their last seven games. They are 19-19 under Ryne Sandberg.
Miami took two of three games from the Phils, who scored just four runs in the three games.
The Phillies went 12-7 in the season series against Miami.
Starting pitching report
Cole Hamels allowed five hits and two runs over six innings in his final start of the season. He walked two and struck out six.
Hamels received a no-decision. He has 99 career wins. The left-hander finished the season 8-14 with a 3.60 ERA. He matched a career-high with 33 starts and pitched 220 innings, the second-highest total of his career. He struck out 202 and walked 50.
Hamels opened the season with a pair of losses. He allowed 13 runs in 10 2/3 innings in those games. In his remaining 31 starts, he recorded an ERA of 3.22.
Miami lefty Brad Hand opened the game with six scoreless innings. He allowed hits to three of the first four batters he faced in the seventh as the Phillies rallied for two runs to tie the game.
Ethan Martin took the loss. He allowed a one-out walk and a single before Adeiny Hechavarria pushed home the go-ahead run on a ground ball to shortstop. Jimmy Rollins tried to cut the run at the plate on a tough play, but his throw was off line.
Miami reliever Chad Qualls stranded two runners in the top of the eighth.
Steve Cishek had the save.
At the plate
Freddy Galvis and Cesar Hernandez drove in the Phillies’ runs with RBI singles in the seventh. Hernandez’s two-out hit tied the game.
Hechavarria drove in all three of the Marlins’ runs. He had a two-run triple in the second. Hamels threw an 0-2 cutter that caught too much of the plate and Hechavarria belted it over Hernandez’s head in center field.
The men in blue
The umpires missed two calls (badly) in the seventh inning. One went against the Phillies, the other for them.
Howard to visit
Ryan Howard, on the disabled list since early July, will work out with the Phillies the next four days in Atlanta (see story).
The Phillies move on to Atlanta, where they will end the season with four games against the NL East champion Braves. Tyler Cloyd (2-6, 5.40) faces right-hander David Hale (0-0, 0.00) on Thursday night.