|2008 - Ricky Nolasco||11-7||26||24||0||0||0||0||155.1||152||72||67||22||35||126||3.88||1.20|
|2008 - Kevin Correia||2-6||16||15||0||0||0||0||82.2||95||51||47||9||34||56||5.12||1.56|
The Marlins are out West and looking to right the ship. And with any luck at all, figure out how to hit again.
Nolasco has the stuff to get the job done, it's just matter of control. And when I speak of control it has nothing to do with walking batters, since he has only walked one in his last four starts. It has to do with whether he can spot his fastball and the curve and splitter are doing what they suppose to. If he is on, he will shutdown the Giants. If not, the offense is going to have to help out. And that is a scary thought.
Correla has pitched well of late. He has gone at least six innings in his last three starts with his worst outing giving up three earned runs. The weird thing is that he has started seven games at home this season and only has one win and that came on April 10. I see no reason to change that now.
Ichthyomancy is ready for some Midnight Baseball! So catch a nap at work or sleep through your classes, like you normally do, and be ready to go late into the night. Best of Luck to You!
|Brickell||33,333||Nolasco||Nolasco: H+R < 7|
|Bumppo||35,700||Ramirez||Nolasco: ER < 3, 7+ IP|
|Fishcrazy||34,700||Cantu||Nolasco: QS, BB ≤ 3, HR ≤ 1|
|GameFish||32,000||Cantu||Nolasco: QS, W|
|HadMatter||35,500||Ramirez||Hermida: Goes Cove|
|Hurricane||25,000||Nolasco||Marlins 1,3,5,7,9: 1+ H each|
|LadyFish||36,036||Nolasco||Uggla: 1+ H, Baker 1+ H|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Orlando Rays||32,667||Nolasco||Uggla: HR|