|2008 - Scott Olsen||4-2||12||12||0||0||0||0||75.0||63||34||31||12||33||36||3.72||1.28|
|2008 - Bronson Arroyo||4-5||13||13||0||0||0||0||69.0||88||49||43||11||28||65||5.61||1.68|
This losing to the Reds is getting old and it is time for the Marlins to end this travesty.
Olsen is coming off a pretty decent start against Atlanta and I'm told that his velocity was up a little bit. That's good and hopefully it will continue to improve. Home runs remain a bit of a problem but he is only giving up solo shots and those can be handled.
Arroyo is coming off his second worst start of the season giving up 10 hits, 5 runs which included 3 home runs in 4.1 innings. The Marlins faced him earlier in the year in Cincinnati and at that time he pitched 7 innings giving up 0 runs and only allowing 5 hits. Arroyo's career ERA at JRS, however, is 6.23.
It's Super Saturday so if you head out to the stadium be sure to get your seat belt cover and ring your cow bell proudly. The after the game concert features Willy Chirino .
Ichthyomancy is front and center. Good Luck!
|Architect||22,172||Hermida||Architect: catches 600|
|Brickell||17,303||Jacobs||Jacobs: 4+ RBI|
|Bumppo||17,800||Olsen||Arroyo: no QS, WHIP > 1.25|
|C60||14,700||Hermida||Game: extra innings|
|Fishcrazy||17,235||Ramirez||Marlins: W by 3+|
|GameFish||21,008||Ramirez||Olsen: QS, W|
|Jrsyeagle||20,384||Uggla||Olsen: W, K > 5|
|LadyFish||23,003||Helms||Olsen: 6+ IP, W|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Matt Wilson||16,202||Ramirez||Olsen IP > Arroyo IP; Olsen: W|
|Stlcardinalsfan||30,000||Uggla||Uggla: 2+ HR|