Curt Stewart was rattled by the Pirates in Game 5 but knotched two wins in the series, including in decisive Game 7.
Cuny Miller pitched seven innings to claim the victory for the Pirates in Game 5.
Johny James lines an infield single to short in the top of the third, in which the Pirates scored two runs to take a 3-2 lead.
Tex Connor and the Pirates argue a call at first in the top of the fifth. Connor bunted to advance two runners but was called out for leaving the baseline. Both runners then scored on a double by Walter James to put the Pirates ahead 6-3.
Jed James slides safely into 3rd in the top of the 5th after reaching base on an error. Kenzy Flowers scored on the play to make the score 8-3.
Johny James rounds third on his way to score on a 2-run double by Joseph James in the top of the 7th that put the Pirates up 11-4. The Pirates went on to win Game 5 23-6.
Johny James was the winning pitcher for the Pirates in Game 6.
Grover Webster was hit on the ankle by a line drive off the bat of Jed James in the top of the first. He stayed in the game.
Curt Stewart steals 2nd in the bottom of the second after hitting a lead-off single.
Errenton Bodden executes a hit-and-run for a single in the bottom of the third, sending Cody Mann to 3rd. The Marlins scored three runs in the inning.
Leonard Lara hits the dirt after taking an inside pitch from Johny James in the 3rd. Lara walked and went on to score in the inning.
Leonard Lara heads to third on a two-run single by Curt Stewart in the 3rd inning that pulled the Marlins within 4-2. Lara and Stewart (who took second on the throw) then scored on a passed ball to tie the score 4-4.
Stanford Johnson and Kenzy Flowers trot home on Johny James’s grand slam home run in the sixth.
Tex Connor and the Pirates bench greet Johny James after he hit a grand slam in the top of the sixth, putting the Pirates ahead for good 9-5.
Curt Stewart was thrown out at the plate trying to score from 2nd on a single by Junior Johnson in the top of the fourth.
Mike Williams grounds to short and reaches on an error to load the bases in the top of the fifth.
Cody Mann watches a high pitch from Cuny Miller go by for a ball. Mann walked with the bases loaded to score a run and put the Marlins ahead to stay 2-1.
Leonard Lara fans on a Cuny Miler pitch in the top of the 5th.
JC Welcome stroked a three-run single in the top of the 5th to extend the Marlins’ lead to 8-1.
Walter James was thrown out trying to steal 2nd in the bottom of the 5th.
Tony Brown, winner of Game 2, came on in relief of Cuny Miller in the 6th.
Edward Webster rounds first with a 2-run double in the top of the 6th to put the Marlins up 13-1.
Webster rounds third to score on a grounder to short by Mike Williams that was misplayed, letting two runs in and extending the Marlins’ lead to 15-1.
Cuny Miller was thrown out at third in the bottom of the 7th trying to go from first to third on a single by Walter James, leaving the Pirates down to their last out.
The Marlins rejoice after Curt Stewart retires the last Pirates batter in the bottom of the 7th to end the game by 10-run knockout rule.
Marlins and fans ham it up for a victory shot.
Marlins pitchers Curt Stewart (center) and Grover Webster (right) and player-coach Ed Bodden with the championship trophy.