MIAMI (AP) -- Lee Gardner's throwing error allowed the go-ahead runs to score in a three-run seventh inning and the San Francisco Giants beat Florida 6-5.
Kevin Frandsen and Ray Durham homered for the Giants who have a four-game winning streak.
The Marlins committed three errors in the seventh inning including two on the same play. Florida entered the game with the world fielding percentage in baseball. Their 102 errors is the most in the majors.
Vinnie Chulk got the win after retiring two batters in the sixth and Brad Hennessey finished for his 12th save.
Barry Bonds didn't play and it's uncertain if he'll be in the lineup for Monday afternoon's series finale.