By Mary Cunningham

After losing three of four in St. Louis, the Phillies open in Miami tonight without a hint of frustration.

“We’re not frustrated at all,” shortstop Freddy Galvis said. “That’s baseball right there. Sometimes you’re going to score runs, sometimes you’re not. We’ll be fine. We just have to keep working.”

The Phillies probably won’t need to push many runs across the plate as they send Vince Velasquez (4-1, 1.44 ERA) to the mound. The right-hander has had three scoreless outings in his five starts, including Sunday when he allowed two hits and four walks over six innings to beat Cleveland 2-1.

Velasquez’s .164 opponent batting average ranks second in the NL behind Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta.

“I’m just going with the flow,” Velasquez, who has never faced the Marlins, told MLB’s official website. “I’m not trying to get my hopes up. I’m really not trying to get to a certain amount of wins or have a certain ERA. I told you guys from the beg

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