The Atlanta Braves are hoping he can duplicate that performance Saturday night after failing to contain Miami's offense in the series opener.The Marlins (68-71) had lost nine of 13 before cranking out 18 hits in an 11-3 home victory Friday, their most since collecting 20 in a 12-3 win at Arizona on Aug. 20, 2012. Marcell Ozuna and Donovan Solano each had four hits, with Ozuna driving in four runs.Miami had a season-high 10 hits in 21 at-bats with runners in scoring position after going 8 for 26 in dropping two of three to the Mets."We (worked) a little slowly in that last series versus the Mets," said Ozuna, who has 12 RBIs in seven home games versus Atlanta. "Now we turned it around, we're together and had a good offense."Wood (10-10, 2.92 ERA) has been hit-or-miss versus the Marlins, though he turned in a gem against them Sunday. He struck out a career high-matching 12 while allowing five hits over eight innings in a 1-0 victory, improving to 3-2 with a 1.86 ERA over his last seven starts.Miami had gone 60 consecutive games without being shut out."We struck out a lot," Giancarlo Stanton, who is 2 for 13 against Wood, told MLB's official website. "But I don't know. It wasn't stuff we hadn't seen before."It was a stark contrast from Wood's previous start against the Marlins when he gave up a personal worst-tying seven runs in five-plus innings of a 9-0 road loss on April 29. The left-hander also held them to one run with 11 strikeouts in eight innings in a 1-0 loss a week earlier.The only other time he gave up seven runs was also versus Miami in a 7-0 loss on Sept. 1, 2013.The Braves (73-68) fell one game behind Milwaukee for the second wild-card spot as their offense again sputtered following a 7-4 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday. Prior to that, they had totaled one run over their previous four contests.Justin Upton was 0 for 4 after sitting out Wednesday with a triceps injury.Nathan Eovaldi (6-10, 4.19) lost to Wood on Sunday, giving up Evan Gattis' homer in 6 2/3 innings to drop a career worst-matching fourth straight start."I feel like I misplaced some fastballs," he said. "I missed that one to Gattis. Right down the middle. That was the difference in the game."He also lost four straight outings from Aug. 24-Sept. 11, 2012.Eovaldi owns a 1.55 ERA over his last nine matchups with Atlanta, though he's 1-2 in five meetings this year. He's also 1-7 with a 4.96 ERA over his last 11 starts overall, though his 0.96 run-support average in that stretch is also the lowest in baseball by nearly a full run.Jason Heyward is 11 for 29 versus Eovaldi, while Christian Yelich is 7 for 16 against Wood. Yelich has a major league-best nine doubles since Aug. 22, and he's hitting .407 in that 22-game span.