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Braves score 6 runs in 14th to top Marlins, 7-1
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MIAMI — Atlanta Braves backup catcher Gerald Laird watched the first 12 innings of Monday night's game from the bench and still found himself exhausted at the end. "I'm so tired," Laird muttered as he collapsed into a chair at his locker shortly before midnight. The Braves went without a baserunner for 24 consecutive batters before their bats came to life in the 14th inning, when they scored six times to beat the Miami Marlins 7-1.
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