MIAMI – The 10th times a charm. Zack Greinke won for the first time in 10 outings and the Los Angeles Dodgers gave their former Cy Young Award winner two runs of support in a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins on Sunday.

It was Greinke's first victory since May 5th, but not because of bad pitching. Greinke has the lowest ERA in baseball, but has gotten no run support by the Dodgers on days he's pitched. Los Angeles was shutout in Greinke's last two starts and have only give the right-hander 12 runs of support in his last nine outings.

"I try not to think about it too much," Greinke said of the lack of run support. "It was a good game today. We played some really good defense."

Greinke's manager Don Mattingly believes that his ace is a professional and does not let the lack of run support bother him. Nonetheless, he acknowledged the disparity of offense on days he pitches and was glad the Boys in Blue could put a couple on the board in the rubber match.

"I think I saw him dancing on the inside when we scored a run," Mattingly joked. "I'm just happy we were finally able to some score some runs for him."

Howie Kendrick got a rare RBI fielder's choice in the fifth inning thanks to an errant throw by Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria. The Gold Glove caliber shortstop made an uncharacteristically high throw to first on a double play by ball that allowed Jimmy Rollins to score from third.

"That double-play ball… these guys have turned so many incredible double plays this season," Marlins manager Dan Jennings said. "It's the one time we don't get it that it turns out to cost us."

One day after making multiple mental and physical mistakes in a game that cost them and reigning MVP Clayton Kershaw the victory, the Dodgers played stellar defense including a diving catch by Andre Ethier in left field that robbed former Dodger second baseman Dee Gordon of extra bases.

But the day was all about Greinke. The Cy Young candidate was dominant once again as he pitched nearly eight scoreless innings, allowing just four hits with six strikeouts. He extended his scoreless inning streak to 20.2 and lowered his MLB-leading ERA to 1.58.

"The team win is most important," Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez who also hit an RBI double in the seventh inning said. "But I'm glad we could get this win for Zack."

The Dodgers recorded their 11th shutout on the season; one behind rivals the San Francisco Giants for most in the Majors. It was the sixth time Miami has been shutout this season as their offense has taken a significant blow with the loss of slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who will miss the next 6-8 weeks with a broken left wrist.