|2008 - Ricky Nolasco||2-3||8||6||0||0||0||0||37.0||40||23||22||6||13||21||5.35||1.43|
|2008 - Bronson Arroyo||2-4||8||8||0||0||0||0||40.1||54||36||32||8||15||38||7.14||1.71|
The NL East Leading Marlins are hoping right the ship and get back to their winning ways.
Nolasco will be looking to build on his start which was probably his best of the season. The keys will be, just like every Nolasco start, is if the curve ball and the splitter are working and if he can spot the fast ball he will be fine. He has the stuff but it will all come down to whether he has the command.
Arroyo, if I counted correctly, is going on three days rest. His last start was excellent against the Mets going 8 innings and giving up on 1 ER. But with the short rest and throwing 115 pitches last time out, he may not go much beyond the fifth tonight.
A Reds note: in last night's game when Keppinger fouled the ball off his knee, it broke his knee cap. Which has to be painful and maybe in more ways than one.
Ichthyomancy is kinda sorta ready. Good Luck!
|Bumppo||21,200||Uggla||Nolasco: W, QS|
|C60||15,335||Hermida||Hermida: HR; Arroyo IP > ER|
|Colombo||17,253||Hermida||Marlins: WR after 7th|
|Fishcrazy||15,000||Hermida||Marlins: H > (BB+E+HR)|
|Fishstick||16,000||Ramirez||Arroyo IP < 4 < Nolasco IP|
|Fluxuation||18,000||Ramirez||Arroyo: 7 ER|
|FriedFish||18,001||Ramirez||Arroyo IP < Nolasco IP|
|GameFish||15,600||Uggla||Nolasco: QS, W|
|GMFB||15,970||Ramirez||Marlins: 4 2B|
|HadMatter||14,989||Treanor||Marlins: HR > 2, H > 9, SB > 1|
|Jrsyeagle||18,563||Uggla||Marlins: W by 1|
|LadyFish||15,755||Uggla||Marlins: PH RBI|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Matt Wilson||15,202||Ross||Marlins: 0 E|
|Mbaamin||17,390||Uggla||Marlins pen: 0 ER, W|
|Stlcardinalsfan||15,689||Ramirez||Ramirez: SB, HR|