|2009 - Josh Johnson||7-2||18||18||2||0||0||0||121.1||102||40||38||7||33||102||2.82||1.11|
|2009 - Doug Davis||4-8||18||18||0||0||0||0||112.0||105||45||39||11||52||84||3.13||1.40|
A couple of things are on the line today, one, the Marlins are trying to split the series with Arizona and two, staying above .500 heading into the All-Star break. Both will require a Fish win.
Josh Johnson pitched well in his last outing, however his teammates couldn't do anything with Zito, so Josh took the loss. Johnson pitched against the D'backs earlier in the season and went 6.1 innings, allowing only 4 hits and giving up 2 ER and lost that one too. Could we score the man some runs?
Davis is a lefty, but isn't a soft tosser. He is a fast ball (85 mph), cutter, curve pitcher who has a show me change. Davis has already faced the Marlins this season and had one of, if not, his worst starts of the year. While I love for him to duplicate that, I wouldn't count on it.
Ichthyomancy is ready for the usual Sunday day game.
Best of Luck to You!
|Architect||29,707||Ramirez||Marlins: 7+ R|
|Dgriot||24,600||Johnson||Marlins pen: W|
|FishFilet||27,034||Cantu||Davis: ER > IP|
|Fishfins||30,000||Johnson||Meyer, Nunez: 2+ 0 R inn.|
|GameFish||27,600||Carroll||Johnson H+R < Davis H+R|
|HadMatter||30,311||Bonifacio||Johnson: CG, SHO|
|Hurricane||29,501||Johnson||Marlins battery H+RBI+BB > D'backs|
|Jrsyeagle||24,444||Starting 3B||Marlins XBH < Home; W|
|LadyFish||26,016||Johnson||Carroll: 1+ XBH|
|Spud||25,500||Cantu||Carroll, Paulino, Bonifacio H+RBI > Rest of team|