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MONTREAL (AP) _ Derek Lee went 3-for-3 and Ramon Castro homered as the Florida Marlins took advantage of six Montreal errors to beat the Expos 10-2 Wednesday night.

Montreal's Vladimir Guerrero went 0-for-2 with two walks to remain one home run short of a 40 homer-40 steal season.

The errors tied a team record. Florida scored four times in the sixth and took advantage of three errors in the eighth to add four more runs.

Lee's RBI single in the sixth chased Bartolo Colon (10-4) and gave the Marlins a 2-1 lead.

Eric Owens and Andy Fox hit run-scoring singles off left-hander Joey Eischen and pinch-hitter Brian Banks added an RBI grounder to make it 5-1.

Montreal's Endy Chavez had three hits _ including an RBI double in the fifth off Josh Beckett (6-7) _ to extend his hitting streak to 14 games. Orlando Cabrera made it 5-2 with a run-scoring double off Gary Knotts in the sixth.

Castro homered off Tim Drew to start the eighth and the Marlins added three more unearned runs to increase their lead to seven as Montreal committed three errors in the inning.

Colon allowed five hits and four runs in five innings after getting his 20th win in his previous start to become just the second pitcher in major league history to win at least 10 games in each league in the same season.

Notes: Former Expo Tim Raines was given a warm ovation from the Olympic Stadium crowd of 7,416 when he pinch hit for Florida with one out in the eighth. Raines singled for his 14th pinch hit of the season, tying John Cangelosi's Marlins record set in 1998. ... Lee reached safely in five plate appearances. He was hit by a pitch in the seventh and drew a walk off T.J. Tucker in the ninth. ... Tucker made two errors in the ninth.