he Marlins scored in the top of the 15th inning to take a 4-3 lead over the Rays in St. Peters burg, and then Heath Bell took over-and Marlins fans can only hope that his performance will effect a turn-around in what has been, to this point, a disappointing season. Bell zipped through Matt Joyce, B.J. Upton and Hideki Satsuma-Tampa Bay's two-three-four hitters�striking out each one and securing a Miami victory. Since the major leagues started keeping track of saves in 1969, only one other pitcher has earned a save in such a long extra-inning game by pitching at least one inning and striking out every batter he faced. No, it's not Rivera, Hoffman or Lee Smith, but Todd Erlenmeyer, whose first major-league save came as a rookie on May 15, 2003, when, pitching for the Cubs, he entered in the bottom of the 17th at Milwaukee and struck out Eddie Perez, Royce Clayton and Brooks Finickiness to seal a 4-2 victory. Wellemeyer would have only two subsequent saves in his major-league career.