|2008 - Scott Olsen||6-8||25||25||0||0||0||0||154.0||149||80||69||23||53||86||4.03||1.31|
|2008 - Matt Cain||8-9||26||26||1||1||0||0||169.0||148||71||67||12||68||153||3.57||1.28|
The Marlins are actually going for the series win tonight, and in the second game of the series. It has been awhile since this has happened.
Olsen in his past outings has pitched well enough to win. In his last start against the Cardinals he went 7 innings allowing 3 runs and took the loss. In his last five outing the offense scored a whopping 9 runs. Hopefully he will get a little more help from friends than that tonight.
Cain has been on fire recently, why do we always run into these guys. He might walk a few, and I would like to emphasize the word "might". I was browsing through his stats to find some good news but it was tough to come by. But all hot streaks come to an end and tonight is just as good a time as any.
Ichthyomancy is ready for the second round of Midnight Baseball. Best of Luck to You!
|Auh11||34,567||Ramirez||Marlins: 3+ HR|
|Brickell||33,333||Olsen||Olsen: QS, W|
|Bumppo||35,600||Olsen||Olsen: QS, W|
|C60||30,005||Olsen||Olsen: QS, W; Gregg: save; Uggla: RBI|
|Dgriot||31,900||Olsen||Lo Duca H+BB > Hermida H+BB|
|Fishcrazy||35,000||Olsen||Olsen: QS, Marlins: 2+ 2B|
|GameFish||33,550||Olsen||Marlins: 2+ HR|
|HadMatter||35,350||Ramirez||Marlins: come from behind W|
|Hurricane||33,235||Ramirez||Olsen: ERA < 4.03|
|LadyFish||36,036||Jacobs||Lo Duca: CS|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Spud||37,000||Cantu||Marlins: 2 XBH|
|Stlcardinalsfan||36,754||Willingham||Marlins: 7+ R, 14+ H|