Roy Halladay #34 of the Philadelphia Phillies pitches against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park on September 29, 2012 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Jason Arnold/Getty Images)
Roy Halladay survived a shaky opening inning, Jimmy Rollins had three hits and scored three times, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Miami Marlins 9-5 on Saturday night.
Chase Utley drove in three runs and Carlos Ruiz added a two-run double for the Phillies, who evened their record at 79-79 with four games left.
Halladay (11-8) allowed six hits and four runs, striking out seven and walking three in five innings.
Giancarlo Stanton had three hits, including his 36th homer, and drove in three runs for Miami. The Marlins led 3-0 after an inning but lost for the 91st time _ matching the most by the franchise in any season since 1999.
Ricky Nolasco (12-13) allowed nine hits and five runs in five innings for Miami, which got a three-hit night from Donovan Solano.
Miami loaded the bases in each of the last two innings, getting only one run out of those opportunities.
The Phillies said first baseman Ryan Howard will miss the remainder of the year with a broken right big toe, an injury suffered on Thursday when he dropped a metal pipe on his foot in the on-deck circle. The injury, which typically heals after a few weeks, is not expected to significantly impact Howard's offseason training program.
Assuming he finishes with 11 wins, it's the lowest total for Halladay since he went 8-8 for Toronto in 2004. His ERA, if it holds, will be 4.49, nearly double the mark of 2.35 from a year ago and well over the 2.98 he posted from 2001 through 2011.
The 132 strikeouts match his fewest since 2006, and opponents have posted their highest average against him - .261 - since 2007.
And Miami, which flailed at everything Halladay threw when he pitched a perfect game at the Marlins' former ballpark in 2010, wasted little time getting to him on Saturday.
Bryan Petersen and Solano led off with singles, and Jose Reyes walked on four pitches to load the bases for Stanton. He tapped a two-run single to center, and Rob Brantly later brought Reyes home and put the Marlins up 3-0.
From there, other than Stanton hitting a solo homer in the third, the night was pretty much controlled by the Phillies.
Pete Orr's two-run double in the second got Philadelphia on the board, and the Phillies added three in the fifth - an inning where Halladay led off with a single. Utley's two-run single tied the game, and he scored the go-ahead run on Domonic Brown's triple to center.
Ruiz's double in the seventh pushed the lead to 7-4, and Utley's third RBI in the eighth gave the Phillies a four-run cushion.
The Marlins got an RBI single from Gil Velazquez in the eighth, after loading the bases with none out. Pinch-hitter Austin Kearns went down on strikes for the second out; the pitch got away from Ruiz, who retrieved it and flipped to reliever Antonio Bastardo in time to easily catch Carlos Lee trying to score from third.
Lee popped up for the second out when the bases were loaded again in the ninth, and Jonathan Papelbon _ not in a save situation _ struck out Greg Dobbs to end the 4-hour, 3-minute game.