MIAMI (Ticker) --
's wild pitch scored
and capped a three-run seventh inning as the
rallied for a 4-3 victory over the
Reitsma's wild pitch completed the Marlins' rally from a 3-0 deficit. It also allowed Florida to beat Atlanta for just the second time in seven meetings this season.
"I just cut it," Reitsma said. "It slipped out of my hands and I pulled it pretty bad. I was trying to make it a little too good for the situation, 0-2."
With one out and runners on second and third in the seventh, Harris entered the game as a pinch hitter and drew a walk against reliever
"I wish I got a pitch I could drive, but he's a sinker-ball pitcher," Harris said. "He didn't give it to me. (Juan) Pierre got on, and things happened."
quickly went to Reitsma, who walked Pierre to force in a run and pull the Marlins within 3-2. Florida tied it on
's run-scoring groundout. A hustling Castillo beat
to the bag at first to prevent an inning-ending double play.
"I tried to put the ball in play and get a run in because we didn't score many runs in the last series," Castillo said. "I went hard because I knew we needed that run. I didn't want to hit into a double play. It was big because we were down 3-0 and we had a great comeback."
The win stopped the Marlins' three-game losing streak - one shy of a season high.
"We were due some breaks," Marlins manager Jack McKeon said. "We haven't gotten many breaks in the last month. I said the worm will turn one of these days."
The rally made a winner of
(8-2), who allowed three runs and nine hits in seven innings. He walked one and struck out five.
It marked the fifth straight time Pavano won following a loss. The Marlins are 12-2 in his 14 starts this season.
"I felt good," he said. "Against these hitters, they're so selective and you really have to be on top of your game. I didn't think I had great location on my pitches, so I was more concentrating on keeping the ball down and in the yard."
held the Marlins to one run in the first six innings, but tired in the seventh, giving up singles to
to start the inning. The runners advanced on Wright's wild pitch and the righthander was pulled after
"I had the stuff I wanted to have," said Wright, who struck out a season-high nine. "What happens to me is beside the point. We lost as a team tonight. I'm not going to lie -- it's definitely a hard one."
tossed a scoreless eighth and
pitched the ninth for his 25th save.
, who was 4-for-4, staked the Braves to a 3-0 lead with a two-run double in the first and an RBI single in the sixth.
Florida began its comeback on
's run-scoring double in the bottom of the sixth.