|2010 - Andrew Miller||1-0||4||2||0||0||0||0||15.0||16||7||6||1||10||11||3.60||1.73|
|2010 - Cole Hamels||9-10||29||28||1||0||0||0||181.0||161||67||64||24||53||183||3.18||1.18|
The Marlins are going to try and secure a split in the series again. Maybe the second time is the charm. It's a battle of lefties tonight.
Andrew Miller is on the hill for the Marlins. Miller pitched reasonably well in last. Oh, sure, he got into a lot of jams but he somehow found his way out of them. As always when BGA pitches he will give up his fair share of hits and walks, but he will strikeout about the same number.
Cole Hamels takes the mound for the Phillies. Hamels is on a bit of a roll having pitched 18 scoreless innings in a row. His personal best is 21 in a row. The thing about streaks is that they don't last forever and I can think of no better time to end his string of scoreless inning than tonight. Hamels, historically, has had some troubles with the Marlins in the past, though he did pitch well in his only start against the team back in April.
Ichthyomancy is hoping to knock the Phillies off the top of the leader board in the East.
Best of Luck to You!
|Bumppo||34,500||Hanley||Miller: QS, W|
|Dgriot||44,890||Morrison||Miller: QS, W|
|Evermoresg||45,004||Morrison||Marlins: 2+ 2B, 1+ HR|
|FishFirst||43,544||Uggla||Marlins: 2+ DP|
|Hurricane||37,894||Miller||Stanton: 1+ HR|
|LadyFish||44,000||Gaby||Game: 2 IBB|
|Spud||44,444||Stanton||Marlins: team cycle|