Dioner Navarro, batting .184 and pinch-hitting, hits a no-out walkoff basehit to center in the ninth (against a five-Marlin infield) to win the game. Rubby De La Rosa, who went two innings with 1 ER, earns his first victory. James Loney leads off all the scoring with a solo HR, his first in 49 days and second of the season. Don't say we didn't tell you this was going to happen; this game was just like we had predicted.
I've heard of managers "getting the most out of their weakest players," but this is pretty ridiculous. I'll take it.