|2008 - Scott Olsen||4-4||15||15||0||0||0||0||92.1||84||45||36||12||36||50||3.51||1.30|
|2008 - Andy Sonnanstine||8-3||15||15||1||1||0||0||89.2||111||54||49||8||16||58||4.92||1.42|
The Marlins welcome the Rays to JRS tonight. Historically, the Marlins own this series with a 20-9 record over the Rays. But in our last meeting the Fish dropped 2 of 3 in Tropicana.
Olsen will be looking to rebound off his last start in Seattle. Which was definitely not his best effort but defense didn't exactly help out either. Scott has seemly got a handle on that home run yielding bugaboo. In the past he has been pretty tough on the Rays posting a 0.77 ERA in his two starts against the instate rivals.
Sonnanstine is coming off two wins in-a-row but he rarely gets to the six inning. One of those wins was against the Marlins were he 5.1 innings, giving up 3 ER on 6 hits. Sonnanstine depends on run support which his teammates have gladly given him this season.
I would expect to see Willingham in left field tonight..
Ichthyomancy is ready to get the week started and return the hospitality the Rays showed us in St. Pete. Best of Luck to Everyone!
|Bumppo||14,600||Jacobs||Marlins: TB > 14, 1+ HR|
|C60||15,450||Hermida||Marlins: W by 4+|
|Fishcrazy||13,921||Cantu||Ramirez: 1+ SB|
|GameFish||11,500||Uggla||Olsen: QS, W|
|Gbirdc||15,944||Uggla||Willingham: 2+ H|
|GMFB||14,567||Uggla||Marlins: 3+ HR|
|HoyaMarlin||13,813||Ramirez||Olsen: 3+ ER|
|Hurricane||11,124||Uggla||Marlins IF HR > Rays HR|
|LadyFish||12,444||Willingham||Hermida: 1+ XBH|
|Little Nicky||11,914||Uggla||Marlins: HR in 1st|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Orlando Rays||14,856||Uggla||Uggla: 1+ HR|