Miami Marlins 6, Houston Astros 6

MARLINS 6, ASTROS 6, 9 INNINGS

Houston starter Charlie Morton gave up four runs, just one of them earned, in 4 2/3 innings. It was the first run he’s allowed in three starts this spring. Marlins opening day starter Jose Urena threw three shutout innings.

The Astros scored six times in the ninth to tie it. Kyle Tucker had a two-run single and Anibal Sierra hit a grand slam.

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