This time it is Hanley Ramirez to log his name in the record books.
To set the team record for steals in his rookie season, Hanley is going to need an average of a stolen base per game for the remaining nine games.
The Marlins rookie stolen base record is 58, set by Chuck Carr in 1993.
It is somewhat doubtful he will be able to pull that off.
''Right now it's 95 percent,'' Ramirez said. ``I want to play. But I don't want to [mess] it up again, either.''
If Ramirez is unavailable I would expect to see Ross in center and either Amezaga or Andino at short, especially since there is a potentially tough lefty going for the Phillies tonight.