By Michael Bennett
Aaron Nola struck out 10 and allowed just one run on four hits and two walks over 6 2/3 innings against the Marlins.
It followed one of the worst starts of his career on Aug. 30 in Arizona, when he allowed a career-high eight runs in four innings.
His 10th strikeout came in the seventh inning; it was his 200th of the season. Nola has four 200-strikeout seasons in his career, which is tied for second in franchise history with Jim Bunning and Grover Cleveland Alexander.
Only Steve Carlton has more with seven.