Redman (8-4) allowed four hits and struck out nine without a walk in seven innings. The lefthander picked up his third win in four starts.
"Watching them before the All-Star Break, I was looking at their tendencies," Redman said. "I wanted to move the ball up and down. I was throwing my curve for strikes. I throw it so slow, guys don't think I'm going to use it. But I threw more tonight than I have in a long time."
In his previous outing, a 7-4 loss to Montreal on July 12, Redman had his shortest outing of the year, lasting just three innings and surrendered a season-high six runs.
On Friday, he retired the first nine batters and did not allow an extra-base hit until
doubled in the seventh.
"That game is in the past," Redman said. "The best thing I could do tonight was to set the tone for this series."
allowed just one hit over the final two innings for the Marlins, who have won seven of their last eight home games.
"I wanted to keep going, I wanted to finish," said Redman, who worked back-to-back complete games on June 30 and July 6. "But we went out and got Urbina and that will only help keep me fresh the rest of the way."
"We have the guys to work the eighth and ninth," Marlins manager Jack McKeon said. "We like who we have in there at the end of games now. We feel that if we can get seven quality inning from our starters, we're going to be in good shape. We have to protect our starters."
(7-8) gave up three hits and six runs to his former team. He walked none and struck out four.
Clement began to struggle in the third, when he gave up a single to
with a pitch. Both runners advanced on a wild pitch, but Clement got
to ground out and end the inning.
"The fourth inning especially took a lot out of me," Clement said. "I was just trying to minimize the damage. With two runs in, you still have to work hard and try to keep the team in the game. I guess I did that, but the couple of runs I have up there were enough to lose the game."
Rodriguez had a two-run homer in the seventh and Lee followed with his 20th later that inning.
had two hits apiece for the Cubs, who dropped below .500 for the first time this season.
"Everyone who pitches against us looks like
and that shouldn't be the case," Cubs manager
said. "The main thing is, we have to play better before we reverse anything."
Chicago, which has lost four of five, dropped to 2-8 at Pro Player Stadium since 2000.