|2009 - Ricky Nolasco||6-7||16||16||1||0||0||0||90.2||105||63||58||12||21||90||5.76||1.39|
|2009 - Cole Hamels||5-5||17||17||1||1||0||0||98.0||117||54||53||15||18||85||4.87||1.38|
The Marlins look to even the series at a game each tonight.
Nolasco had rough outing in his last start, but he did battle through and went 6 innings, striking out 9. The two long balls he surrendered did most of the damage. But really it wouldn't have mattered what Ricky did in that game since the offense couldn't be troubled with scoring a run in the game.
Hamels is, as remember, a lefty. Hamels has been inconsistent of late, in his last 7 starts, he pitched well in 3 and got shelled in 4. Here's hoping for the getting shelled version tonight.
Ichthyomancy is praying that the a/c is on by the time it gets home.
Best of Luck to You!
|Architect||22,777||Marlins SP||Game: 3+ HR|
|Bumppo||23,600||Ramirez||Phillies: 0 HR|
|Dgriot||23,800||Coghlan||Nolasco: QS, W|
|Fishcrazy||24,300||Cantu||Ramirez: 2+ H|
|GameFish||17,555||Cantu||Nolasco: QS, W|
|HadMatter||22,202||Cantu||Phillies: 0 HR; Nolaco: W|
|Hurricane||22,903||Ramirez||Marlins 5-9 H+BB > Phillies 1-4|
|Jrsyeagle||24,242||Uggla||Game: 4+ HR|
|Spud||25,000||Cantu||Game .75 x XBH ≤ R ≤ 1.25 x XBH|