Ricky Nolasco's name may not resonate with some of those on the Marlins' World Series teams, the likes of Beckett, Willis, Hernandez and Brown.

But no pitcher has won as many games in a Marlins uniform as the right-hander from Beaumont, Calif. Nolasco, who came from the Cubs in a trade for Juan Pierre in late 2005, pulled ahead of Dontrelle Willis with his 69th victory on his third try Tuesday as the Marlins won their third in a row 7-6 against the Rockies at Marlins Park.

It wasn't one of Nolasco's greatest performances: four runs allowed on eight hits in six innings. But it showed fortitude and resourcefulness, as Nolasco righted himself after a three-run first inning and contributed a two-run double that put the Marlins ahead to stay.