The Marlins continued their undefeated season on Tuesday night, but they would have to do so coming from behind, as they would give up two runs in the first inning. Matt Prosper would hit an RBI single, and Andrew Gillard would hit an RBI fielders choice.
The Marlins would get one back in the bottom half thanks to an RBI fielders choice from Riley Lockyer, but in the second inning they would grab the lead by scoring three. Matt Flood hit an RBI single, Zac Fagan scored on a passed ball, and Kyle Brown hit an RBI double to make it 4-2. They would add 5 more runs in the next half to make it 9-2, and then two more in the bottom of the fourth to make it an 11-2 ballgame. The Monarchs would score two runs in the top of the fifth off the bats of Brad Brewer and Andrew Gillard, and that would prevent the Marlins for mercy ruling the Monarchs in the fifth, as they would only score two runs on RBI knocks from Brady Sheppard and Jake Vincent. In the bottom of the sixth though, leading 13-4. the Marlins would score one more run on a James Taylor RBI double and invoke the mercy rule to win automatically and remain undefeated.