|2009 - Sean West||1-1||4||4||0||0||0||0||24.1||14||8||6||2||9||15||2.22||.95|
|2009 - Casey Janssen||2-2||4||4||0||0||0||0||22.1||32||14||13||2||6||10||5.24||1.70|
The Marlins are going for the series win today and hopefully they will do a better job of securing it than they did in the last series.
Sean West is coming off beauty and will hopefully make it into a trend. Unsurprisingly, no one with the Blue Jays has seen him before. This could work in Sean's favor.
Janssen is a bit of strange pitcher in that he doesn't rely on his fast ball for most of his pitches. In fact, he only throws it about 35% of the time, which is real low. Janssen mainly throws breaking pitches: cutters, sliders and curves, and I guess using the one that is working best on that day.
Ichthyomancy spent all night on Yonge Street trying to find an all-night five pin bowling alley...to no avail. But Ichthyomancy lives on the theory that today is another stinking day game, so why bother sleeping. Bleary-eyed, it is ready.
Best of Luck to You!
|Brickell||21,003||Ross||Marlins: W by 4+ R|
|Bronzeagle||22,201||Baker||Marlins DH: 1+ XBH|
|Dan||19,999||Hermida||Game: 24 H|
|Dgriot||23,200||Uggla||West: QS, W|
|Fishfins||19,034||Ramirez||Marlins: 9+ H, 0 GIDP|
|GameFish||21,500||Coghlan||West: QS, W|
|GMFB||22,230||Cantu||Marlins: 10+ H, 10+ R|
|HadMatter||20,280||Ramirez||West: IP+K > 11, W|
|Hurricane||17,384||West||Marlins IF H > Jays IF H|
|Jrsyeagle||24,948||Uggla||Blue Jays E > Marlins E|
|LadyFish||18,888||Gload||Marlins: 3 2B|
|Weird Vic||21,536||Hermida||Marlins: H-E < 9|