|2008 - Josh Johnson||0-0||3||3||0||0||0||0||17.0||20||7||7||2||6||18||3.71||1.53|
|2008 - Mike Pelfrey||9-6||20||20||0||0||0||0||122.2||130||52||50||7||44||73||3.67||1.42|
The Marlins are going to try this winning the series thing again, and hopefully with a little more success.
Johnson has looked good in previous three starts and history against the Mets is quite impressive. I would tell you what he has done in the past, but I don't jinx anything, if I can avoid it. Johnson is probably still on a strict 100 pitch count.
Pelfrey is on a roll of late like all of the Mets pitchers. In fact the Mets haven't lost one of his starts in his last nine times out to the mound. However, he normally has some trouble with the hard hitting Marlins. Pelfrey is mainly a fastball, slider pitcher, but he does have a change.
Ichthyomancy is pretending like it's ready. Best of Luck to You!
|Breckenridge||22,877||Hermida||Game: 11+ R|
|Brickell||23,300||Ramirez||Marlins: W in 7th+|
|Bumppo||24,300||Johnson||Pelfrey: No QS, No W|
|C60||14,750||Uggla||Marlins; W by 1 R|
|Dgriot||20,750||Ross||Marlins: PH XBH|
|Fishcrazy||25,350||Ramirez||Johnson: ER ≤ 3, 5+ K, BB ≤ 3, HR ≤ 1|
|FishFilet||27,500||Cantu||Mets: 0 HR|
|GameFish||25,760||Willingham||Johnson: QS, W|
|Gbirdc||24,545||Cantu||Pelfrey: 6+ H|
|HoyaMarlin||25,013||Johnson||Mets: ER < 4|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Orlando Rays||26,193||Uggla||Uggla: HR|
|Spud||23,700||Cantu||Marlins: 3 XBH|
|Stlcardinalsfan||24,101||Hermida||Game: W by 2 R|