Tom McCarthy and Chris Wheeler review the Phillies' 3-2 win. Summary: The Phillies snapped a streak of 30-straight scoreless innings when Raul Ibanez's liner rolled by Cameron Maybin into the deepest part of Sun Life Stadium for an RBI triple, scoring Ryan Howard from first uncontested. The Phillies later snapped another streak - five-straight losses - with the help of savvy baserunning that set up the tying and go-ahead runs. Chase Utley's swipe of second in the fifth allowed him to score on Ryan Howard’s single, while Shane Victorino and Wilson Valdez executed a double steal with Vic scoring the eventual game-winner on Utley’s ground-out in the seventh. Kyle Kendrick (3-2) pitched very well, holding the Marlins to five hits and two unearned runs over six innings, but cost himself a pair of runs with a throwing error to first. Chad Durbin, Danys Baez and Jose Contreras pitched scoreless innings of relief. For Contreras, it was his third save. Aside from Kendrick's misplay, the Phils were sharp defensively, including a key double play in the eighth.