|2008 - Ricky Nolasco||7-4||15||13||0||0||0||0||80.2||83||44||39||14||27||55||4.35||1.36|
|2008 - Dana Eveland||5-5||14||14||1||0||0||0||83.1||72||34||33||3||42||58||3.56||1.37|
The Marlins will be trying to even the series tonight.
Normally, I would be excited about Nolasco facing the A's, since his A-game is very hard to hit. However, after the unreal amount of the pitches the organization allowed him to throw in his last outing I'm not so excited and am instead curious to see how he is going to respond.
Eveland was fantastic in his last going 6.2 innings and giving up only 1 run against the Giants. Okay, granted, it was the Giants but still, that is one fine outing. His problems this season have been a lack of control. He walked 16 batters total in his last three starts. Eveland is a lefty, so it is iffy as to whether Jacobs will be the DH or not.
Last night the Marlins broke the team record for home runs before the All-Star break. The old record was 106 home runs by the 2003 club and as it stands right now the 2008 Marlins have hit 110 home runs. Tops in all of baseball.
Ichthyomancy is ready to go. Given the start time of the game, we may avoid Midnight Baseball, but I wouldn't count on it.
Best of Luck to You!
|Bumppo||29,000||Nolasco||Marlins: LH avg > LH avg|
|C60||17,050||Uggla||5+ Marlins 1+ RBI|
|Fishcrazy||21,451||Ramirez||Marlins: 3+ XBH, Hermida: 1+ H|
|GameFish||22,000||Ramirez||Marlins: 2+ XBH|
|HadMatter||16,311||Uggla||Nolasco: 2+ 1-2-3, K > 5|
|HoyaMarlin||17,213||Cantu||Marlins: 2+ HR|
|Hurricane||15,555||Uggla||Game: 3B; Marlins: W|
|Jrsyeagle||19,472||Uggla||Marlins: 2+ HR off Eveland|
|Little Nicky||27,608||Ramirez||Marlins: BB > K|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Orlando Rays||17,143||Uggla||Nolasco: QS|
|Spud||25,500||Cantu||Marlins: 2 DP|
|Stlcardinalsfan||19,999||Hermida||Hermida, Ramirez, Uggla: HR|