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Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton (27) hit his 54th home run Saturday. Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

ATLANTA -- Ender Inciarte's bases-loaded walk with two outs in the ninth inning scored Dansby Swanson and gave the Atlanta Braves a 6-5 victory over the Miami Marlins on Saturday at SunTrust Park.

It was the second time in three days that Atlanta posted a walk-off win over the Marlins, and it was their eighth walk-off win of the season.

Kurt Suzuki led off the Braves' ninth with a single up the middle off Kyle Barraclough (5-2). Micah Johnson entered as a pinch runner and took second on a wild pitch.

After Swanson walked, Johan Camargo advanced both runners with a sacrifice bunt.

Miami manager Don Mattingly then brought Marcell Ozuna in from left field to form a five-man infield. Lane Adams hit the ball to shortstop Miguel Rojas, who threw Johnson out at home.

The Miami defense returned to a normal alignment for Nick Markakis, who walked to load the bases. Inciarte then looked at four straight balls, forcing home Swanson with the winning run.

The winning pitcher was Arodys Vizcaino (4-3), who pitched around a pair of walks to work a scoreless ninth inning.

The Braves tied the game 5-5 on Freddie Freeman's RBI single in the sixth inning.

The Marlins scored first on a solo homer by Giancarlo Stanton in the first inning. The home run, his major league-leading 54th of the season, was measured at 456 feet.

Miami scored three times in the fourth. J.T. Realmuto tripled in a run, then scored on Brian Anderson's single. Anderson went to third on a fielding error and scored when Miguel Rojas grounded out to the shortstop.

The Braves answered with three runs in the bottom of the fourth, cutting the lead to 4-3. Camargo lined a two-run homer, his fourth, into the left-field bullpen and Adams singled and scored on a double by Ozzie Albies.

The Marlins made it 5-3 lead with one run in the fifth. Christian Yelich doubled and scored on Realmuto's single.

The Braves got a run in the bottom half of the fifth. Suzuki singled and scored on a single by Camargo.

Both starters were knocked out early.

Atlanta rookie Max Fried pitched 3 2/3 innings and allowed four runs (three earned), six hits and one walk. He struck out three.

Miami's Adam Conley pitched 4 2/3 innings and allowed four runs, nine hits and two walks, striking out two.

NOTES: Marlins RF Giancarlo Stanton was back in the starting lineup after getting Friday night off. ... Atlanta RF Nick Markakis missed his third straight start with a sore wrist. He entered the game in the ninth inning as a defensive replacement. ... Miami manager Don Mattingly said RHP Brad Ziegler was suffering from a bad back and would not be available this weekend. Ziegler was tagged with the loss Thursday. ... Miami 2B Ozzie Albies singled in the fourth inning to extend his hitting streak to 13 games, matching his career high. ... The Braves offered free tickets to Floridians and Georgians who were forced to evacuate because of Hurricane Irma. They gave away approximately 2,700 tickets on Friday and 8,300 tickets Saturday.