|2009 - Sean West||7-6||19||19||0||0||0||0||98.1||108||59||53||10||44||68||4.85||1.55|
|2009 - John Maine||6-5||14||13||0||0||0||0||69.2||55||34||32||7||36||45||4.13||1.31|
The Marlins need to start winning every game they can. Now, you may say this has always been the case, and you would be right. However, it is now an imperative.
Sean West strides to the hill for the Marlins. West had trouble concentrating in his last start. I guess that is what happens when send kids to the mound. Now, if he can learn to focus and bring along a decent breaking pitch he should be fine.
John Maine trots out to the mound for the Mets. Maine is coming off a shoulder injury which has reduced his velocity. Now if I am reading everything correctly, and there is no guarantee I am, throwing softer has increased the movement on his pitches.
Ichthyomancy is ready for the weekend.
Best of Luck to You!
|BacksThePack||33,333||Uggla||Marlins: 5+ R, 10+ H|
|Bumppo||34,500||Ramirez||Maine: no QS, L|
|Fishcrazy||39,945||Cantu||Marlins: 1+ H, 0 E|
|GameFish||39,650||Cantu||Marlins: 1+ HR; West: QS|
|Ocelotfox||39,420||Ross||West: QS, W, 6+ K|
|Spud||37,000||Cantu||Marlins: 10 + H|