(AP) -- The Miami Marlins aren't making a very good impression on this homestand. The same could be said of new manager Dan Jennings.
The Marlins attempt to put the brakes on an eight-game losing streak Saturday night against the Baltimore Orioles.
Miami failed to protect an early three-run lead Friday and went 3 for 19 with runners in scoring position en route to its eighth straight loss, 8-5. The Marlins (16-27) have lost nine straight at home for the first time since matching a franchise record with 11 straight defeats from April 15-May 9, 2006.