PITTSBURGH -- Bryan Reynolds has a chance to make history, though he isn't making a big deal about it.
A 2-for-5 night boosted the outfielder's average to .332 as he tries to become the first rookie to win a National League batting title. Washington third baseman Anthony Rendon's .338 mark tops the league
"I try not to think about it because there is still a lot of baseball left," Reynolds said before smiling and adding, "but it's hard not to think about it when it comes up in every interview."
"That really provided a lift," Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle said.
It was the first game-ending hit of Reynolds' nascent career.
"I like to hit in those situations with the game on the line and I've had a couple of other chances this year when I didn't come through, so it feels good to finally do it," said Reynolds, who could not recall his last walk-off hit.
Frazier and Reynolds both had two hits at the top of the order. Making just his 10th start in center field with Starling Marte getting the night off, Reynolds also turned in a pair of outstanding diving catches.
Miami's Starlin Castro had four hits, all for extra bases, as he homered and doubled three times. Cooper also had a double among his three hits.
"Coop and Star put on a show all day," Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. "Kind of a dynamic duo all day long. It's just unfortunate in a game like that, it ends quickly."
Wei-Chung Wang (2-0) pitched a scoreless ninth.
Marlins rookie Robert Dugger was in line for his first major league win after allowing three runs -- two earned -- over six innings in his third career start.
Pirates starter Trevor Williams basically matched Dugger's line as he gave up three runs -- two earned -- and seven hits in six innings, though he had six strikeouts and one walk.
"We were able to hang in there and keep things close and give Bryan Reynolds the opportunity to do Bryan Reynolds things," said Williams, who referred to the 24-year-old as "an emerging superstar."
Castro's two-run homer in the fifth put Miami ahead 3-1. Pittsburgh tied it on Frazier's run-scoring triple in the fifth and pinch-hitter Pablo Reyes' RBI double in the sixth.
Josh Bell drove in the Pirates' first run with a first-inning single.
Pirates: Rookie OF Jason Martin will miss the rest of the season after dislocating his left shoulder Tuesday night when Marlins RHP Jarlin Garcia fell on him during a play at the plate. Martin, though, will not require surgery. ... RHP Mitch Keller (bruised right wrist) played catch a day after being struck by a line drive. ... RF Gregory Polanco (left shoulder inflammation) will undergo a series of platelet-rich plasma injections. He won't play again this season. ... SS Kevin Newman missed his third straight start with a right hip injury but flied out as a pinch-hitter in the sixth.
The Pirates recalled Kramer, a utility player, from Triple-A Indianapolis and placed RHP Keone Kela on the paternity list. Kela is expected to miss three games.
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Marlins: RHP Elieser Hernandez (3-5, 5.06 ERA) is scheduled to pitch Thursday night's series finale. He is 2-1 with a 4.18 ERA in his last five starts.
Pirates: RHP Dario Agrazal (4-5, 4.50) has won his last two starts despite giving up seven runs in 10 innings.
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