In a final-week series at Marlins Park between teams going nowhere but home the objective for the Marlins and Phillies is to go out with heads held high.

Marlins right-hander Nathan Eovaldi certainly could Monday after holding the Phillies to no runs and three hits for 7 2/3 innings in a 4-0 victory.

Not so Phillies’ two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay who walked off hurting and downcast after facing only three batters.

The victory enabled the Marlins to avoid the weight of triple-digit defeats around their necks for at least one more night.

The only run before the eighth inning came when Luis Garcia walked Justin Ruggiano with the bases loaded in the first. Garcia relieved Halladay and walked the first two hitters he faced.

The Phillies’ Doc will be visiting the team doc again after experiencing “right arm fatigue.” Halladay threw 16 pitches 11 for balls and none of them exceeding 83 mph. One of them bounced to the backstop.

It was the second time Halladay left a game against the Marlins with an injury this season. After giving up nine runs in 2 1/3 innings on May 5 in Philadelphia he went on the disabled list and had shoulder surgery.

He was 2-0 in five starts since returning including a victory over the Marlins last week (one run four hits in six innings) at Citizens Bank Park. But this could be the last glimpse of Halladay as a Phillie with his contract expiring.

“I watched the first at-bat of the game and to see him up there at 83 miles an hour I was like this guy is not feeling good at all” Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. “I remember facing him when he was so tough to hit. So I look at it as a guy who is still competing giving it everything he has.”