|2010 - Ricky Nolasco||5-4||11||11||1||0||0||0||69.0||73||36||35||11||12||52||4.57||1.23|
|2010 - Hisanori Takahashi||4-2||18||3||0||0||0||0||42.0||40||15||15||2||17||45||3.21||1.36|
The Marlins are in sweep avoidance mode. This is no way to start a road trip.
Ricky Nolasco toes the rubber for the Marlins. Nolasco has the stuff to be next to unhittable. However, recently, he has been Nolasco of old, giving up home runs when the breaking pitches won't break. Ricky has always been a second half pitcher, but if he can ever figure out how to command his wicked stuff in the first half of the season, he would be Cy Young candidate. Hopefully today, he will.
Hisanori Takahashi is on the the hill for the Mets. Takahashi is a lefty, and much like all Japanese pitchers he throws a variety of breaking balls. And unfortunately, he throws none of them very hard. The Marlins have seen him before when he was in bullpen and did reasonably well against him. But given the way the hitters are going at the moment, I have my worries.
Ichthyomancy is looking for win, but still is hating day games.
Best of Luck to You!
|Alwaysfan||32,500||Cantu||Coghlan+Hanley+Cantu TB > Reyes+Wright+Bay TB|
|Bumppo||23,400||Hanley||Nolasco: QS, W|
|Evermoresg||29,999||Coghlan||Hanley: SB, 2+ R|
|FishNFinz||33,000||Nolasco||Nolasco: QS, 7+ K|
|Hurricane||33,564||Nolasco||Hanley: 1+ H, 1+ R|
|Incipient_senescence||35,000||Coghlan||Nolasco: QS, IP > Takahashi IP|
|Jrsyeagle||31,313||Coghlan||Marlins: team cycle|
|Kelsquire||34,612||Nolasco||Marlins: 2+ HR|
|LadyFish||34,606||Nolasco||Paulino: 1+ RBI; Hanley: 1+ RBI|
|Spud||33,333||Cantu||Marlins: 10+ H; Nolasco: W|
|Xquiles||37,546||Nolasco||Marlins P K > Mets P K|