|2009 - Ricky Nolasco||2-6||11||11||0||0||0||0||56.2||81||51||48||8||17||50||7.62||1.73|
|2009 - Jon Lester||5-5||13||13||1||0||0||0||81.1||81||43||43||11||28||96||4.76||1.34|
The Marlins are in sweep avoidance mode.
From my understanding it is still raining in Boston and the tarp in on the field, as I write this, which doesn't sound promising for getting the game in tonight. But we will see. Making up games against a division or league rival is one thing, but making up interleague is a royal pain.
Nolasco will be the starting pitcher for the Fish, should this thing take place. Ricky looked good in his last two starts and if his teammates would've helped out a little he would've won them.
Lester is a lefty and is a big-time strikeout pitcher. Oh joy. He is a fast ball, curve, cutter, type pitcher who will on occasion throw a change. He is not a soft-tosser.
Ichthyomancy is good to go, assuming it quits raining.
Best of Luck to You!
|Dgriot||38,308||Coghlan||Nolasco: QS, W|
|FishFilet||38,205||Coghlan||Marlin: HR over monster|
|Fishfins||38,200||Ramirez||Nolasco K > Lester K|
|GameFish||37,412||Cantu||Marlins: 0 E|
|HadMatter||38,150||Nolasco||Marlins: BA w/RISP > .330|
|Hurricane||38,489||Ramirez||Marlins H > Red Sox H|
|Jrsyeagle||38,196||Uggla||Marlins left RISP < 5|
|LadyFish||38,188||Nolasco||Carroll: 2+ H|
|Weird Vic||38,100||Coghlan||Game: R < 8|