=== Indians seek revenge in second test at Miami ===
 
 (Sports  Network)  - The Cleveland  Indians and  Miami Marlins will square off
 again Saturday in the second game of a three-game weekend set at Marlins Park.
 
 Friday  night's series  opener certainly went the way of Miami, which posted a
 10-0 rout of Cleveland.
 
 Logan  Morrison went  4-for-5 in the contest  with a double and four RBI while
 Christian Yelich went 3-for-5 with a triple out of the leadoff spot.
 
 Jose  Fernandez  continued his  impressive rookie  season to  earn the win for
 Miami.  Fernandez  pitched eight  shutout innings  and collected a career-high
 14 strikeouts. With the win the Marlins have now won three straight contests.
 
 Cleveland  starter Ubaldo Jimenez lasted just four innings after allowing five
 runs,  two of  which were earned, on  nine hits. Matt Albers gave up five runs
 himself on seven hits in just one inning of work.
 
 The  Indians, who had a eight-game winning streak snapped, had just three hits
 in the game.
 
 Zach  McAllister  will make his  second start since coming  off the DL when he
 takes the hill on Saturday for Cleveland.
 
 McAllister  found himself on  the DL in early June with a right finger sprain.
 The right-hander did not pitch again until July 23 when he was activated.
 
 In that first start, McAllister allowed four runs, three of which were earned,
 in  five innings of  work against Seattle. His second start was much better as
 he  pitched seven innings  and let up just two runs against Chicago, though he
 did not factor in the decision.
 
 Though  the injury slowed him, McAllister is still having a solid season as he
 is 4-6 with a 3.48 ERA in 13 starts and 77 2/3 innings pitched.
 
 This start will mark the first of McAllister's career against the Marlins.
 
 For  Miami on Saturday, 22-year-old Jacob Turner will be making his 11th start
 of the season.
 
 Like  Fernandez before  him, Turner has been impressive despite his youth. The
 right-hander  is 3-3 with a 2.65 ERA in 11 starts since being called up at the
 end of May.
 
 In  every  start this  season, Turner  has not allowed  more than three earned
 runs,  including his last outing against the Mets. In that game. Turner let up
 three runs over 6 1/3 innings of work. Unfortunately, Turner did not factor in
 the decision.
 
 Turner  has  pitched just  once against  a team  from the  AL Central. In that
 contest,  he allowed three runs over 5 1/3 innings in earning a win in July of
 last season. He has never faced the Indians.
 
 These  teams  squared off for a  three-game series last season, as the Marlins
 took two of three in Cleveland.
 
 08/03 09:45:54 ET