@ Washington Nationals
Wednesday, Sep 24, 2008, 7:10 PM EDT
Josh Johnson vs Tim Redding
Partly cloudy. Winds blowing in from center field at 15-20 m.p.h. Game Time temperature: Around 70.
|2008 - Josh Johnson||6-1||13||13||1||0||0||0||81.1||85||34||33||7||24||76||3.65||1.34|
|2008 - Tim Redding||10-10||32||32||1||0||0||0||179.1||188||103||93||26||63||116||4.67||1.40|
The Marlins haven't lost more than four games in-a-row all season and this is no time to set a new mark.
Johnson wasn't quite as sharp as normal in his last outing but did come away with the win. His previous start before that was against the Nationals where he went 6 innings giving up 6 hits and only allowing 2 runs.
Redding also wasn't very sharp in his last outing, in fact, he only lasted 3 innings. The start before that he matched up with Johnson, going 6 innings giving up 5 hits while allowing 4 runs.
In case you are wondering why the Nationals are playing these games with such determination, they are trying to avoid a 100 loss season.
Ichthyomancy is ready to play out the season. Best of Luck to You!
|Bumppo||20,000||Johnson||Johnson: QS, W|
|C60||14,125||Johnson||in the comments|
|Fishcrazy||23,500||Johnson||Johnson: QS, W|
|HadMatter||21,400||Sanchez||Maybin: SB+RBI > 2; Marlins: W|
|Jrsyeagle||18,423||Uggla||Marlins callup: HR|
|LadyFish||24,004||Johnson||Hermida: 1+ XBH; Sanchez: 1+ H; Treanor: 1+ R|
|Long Live the Fish|
|Stlcardinalsfan||21,098||Ramirez||Johnson: QS, W; Redding: no QS, L|