|2008 - Ricky Nolasco||2-3||9||7||0||0||0||0||41.2||45||25||24||6||16||25||5.18||1.46|
|2008 - Brandon Webb||9-0||9||9||1||0||0||0||63.1||46||21||18||2||17||49||2.56||.99|
The NL East Leading Marlins will once again face off against the NL West Leading Diamondbacks.
Nolasco has the stuff to be very effective, but he has to find a way to still have command after the fourth inning. If he can spot his fast ball and the curve and splitter are working for at least 100 pitches, he can do some good.
Webb is looking for the record books tonight. He will be attempting to become the second pitcher since 1919 to go 10-0 in his first 10 starts. Webb is a sinker ball pitcher and a good one at that, so the Marlins may have to leg out some hits. But I will say this, there ain't no stinkin' way he is going 35-0 this season. So it is time to introduce him to something he hasn't seen in awhile -- the loss column.
Ichthyomancy is ready to get this thing started, so Good Luck!
|Architect||10,870||Uggla||Webb: IP < 7|
|Bumppo||12,500||Uggla||Webb: L. 4+ R|
|Colombo||12,021||Ramirez||Marlins pitcher: 2+ bat H|
|Dgriot||10,850||Cantu||D'backs E > Marlins E|
|Fishcrazy||11,450||Jacobs||Marlins pen: 3+ pitchers, 3+ IP, 3+ K|
|Fishstick||9,999||Uggla||Nolasco IP > Webb IP|
|Fluxuation||12,569||Ramirez||Marlins: 10+ H, 5+ R|
|GameFish||11,600||Hermida||Nolasco: QS, 5+ IP|
|Gbirdc||11,974||Ramirez||Ramirez: 2+ SB|
|GMFB||12,430||Uggla||Uggla: HR off Webb|
|HadMatter||10,989||Uggla||Gonzalez: breaks or ties some record|
|Jrsyeagle||11,000||Uggla||Nolasco: R < 5, Webb: R ≥ 3|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Mbaamin||11,313||Uggla||Marlins pen: 4+ IP, 0 ER|