Nolasco gives up record 15 hits
LOS ANGELES — Ricky Nolasco’s rough afternoon on Sunday was record-setting.
In five innings, the Marlins right-hander allowed eight runs. But his 15 hits are now the most ever by a starter in franchise history.
Previously, the mark was 14, shared by three.
Livan Hernandez (9/7/1998), Brad Penny (8/3/2001) and Jesus Sanchez (7/23/2000) had each given up 14 in a game.
Before Sunday, Nolasco’s high was 12, on June 5, 2008 against the Braves.
– Joe Frisaro