|2009 - Josh Johnson||13-3||27||26||2||0||0||0||171.2||149||60||58||12||41||149||3.04||1.11|
|2009 - Kenshin Kawakami||6-10||26||24||0||0||0||0||136.2||133||68||62||15||53||93||4.08||1.36|
The Atlanta Braves are in town for four of the seven games remaining with the Marlins. Presently the Marlins and the Braves are tied for second in the division and third in the wild card. With 32 games remaining one would hate to label this a must win series, especially considering how hard 4-gamers are to win. While a win of the series may not be required, not losing ground is.
Josh Johnson trots to the mound for the Marlins. Johnson has been human in his last two outings though in the most recent he did get through six innings and logged the win. He generally pitches well against Atlantla.... then again he generally pitches well against everyone.
Kenshin Kawakami is on the mound for the Braves. His last start aside Kawakami has pitched well recently. If you will recall he is a fast ball, cutter and curve ball pitcher, his curve is probably his best pitch though his cutter isn't bad.
Ichthyomancy is ready for action.
Best of Luck to You!
Note: I will catch up on the Ichthyomancy results from yesterday sometime today.
|BacksThePack||15,400||Coghlan||Coghlan and Ramirez: 2 < H|
|Dgriot||11,900||JJ||JJ: 1+ RBI, W|
|GameFish||12,650||JJ||JJ: W, 0 HR|
|Hurricane||13,895||Coghlan||JJ: 8.1 IP|
|Jrsyeagle||13,131||Gload||Ramirez and Coghlan: 2+ H each|
|LadyFish||11,313||Gload||Ross: 1+ RBI|
|Spud||10,300||Cantu||Marlins: 2 HBP|
|Tdp992||17,000||JJ||JJ: no hitter|