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  1. How about Uggla going 0-4 with 4 runners lob. He is 2-15 last five games with 9 runners lob.
  2. For the first time in his career, Chris Volstad allowed more than 4 earned runs. He had allowed 4 runs four times in his 28 games. Today he gave up 6 earned runs to the Cardinals Is having a game like this good for his development or is it a setback? He's needs to regain that command he had last year as he is leaving plenty of pitches up usually because he is behind in the count. Did you see has last two starts prior to tonight?
  3. Cardinals 13 Marlins 4 10 runners left on base
  4. For the first time in his career, Chris Volstad allowed more than 4 earned runs. He had allowed 4 earned runs four times in his 28 games. Today he gave up 6 earned runs to the Cardinals. Is having a game like this good for his development or is it a setback?
  5. Coming into Tuesday's MLB draft, the Marlins were looking to bolster their pitching prospects. They did just that when they selected LHP Chad James out of Yukon High School in Oklahoma with the 18th overall pick. Before the draft, the Marlins let it known that they were going to take the best player available. They felt that 6'3, 205 lb James was it. Chad James went 9-1 with a 1.36 era his this past year. During his first varsity start as a freshman against Shawnee High School, James threw a no-hitter. He is currently committed to Oklahoma State University. James has 3 pitches - Fastbal
  6. Coghlan lf, Bonifacio 3b, Ramirez ss, Cantu 1b, Hermida rf, Uggla 2b, Baker c, Ross cf, Johnson rhp They should of put Hermida in left and gave Carrol another start after yesterdays performance. Plus St. Louis has 4 lefties in the line up today. We all know Carrol is better defensively
  7. MiamiSportsGenerationI mean consistently on a year to year basis. Fair enough. What we both know is If he does pitch like he did last year, It will be a HUGE boost to our starting rotation. And I hope he does.
  8. I agree with Erick. I'm still not sold on West and Miller. I would feel alot more confident If Nolasco goes back to his 2008 form. I'm not sold on the Nolasco of 2008. He only pitched 5 games in 07 and went 11-11 in 06. I would like to see some consistency. He's not showing it this year. He was f*cking great in 2008. He had the second lowest WHIP behind Worldseries MVP Cole Hamels. He pitched 200+ innings. He struck out 186 batters and only walked 42 batters. He had a 3.52 ERA. That's not the crazy part, though. He was ASS in April. After that, he DOMINATED! He got better every mo
  9. I trust in West. I believed that he was rushed, but the fact that he has limited his walk total, which was a big thing with him, add to the fact that he has shown poise that I haven't seen a minor league callup for this team since Volstad was called up, and I believe he is going to be a permanent fixture in this rotation. I wasn't sold on Nolasco back in October, you can find old posts of me and a few others debating about the JJ vs Nolasco argument. I'm rooting for Ricky to get back to his old self, but again I would like consistancy with him. I've seen too many pitchers have great seasons
  10. I agree with Erick. I'm still not sold on West and Miller. I would feel alot more confident If Nolasco goes back to his 2008 form. I'm not sold on the Nolasco of 2008. He only pitched 5 games in 07 and went 11-11 in 06. I would like to see some consistency. He's not showing it this year. He was f*cking great in 2008. He had the second lowest WHIP behind Worldseries MVP Cole Hamels. He pitched 200+ innings. He struck out 186 batters and only walked 42 batters. He had a 3.52 ERA. That's not the crazy part, though. He was ASS in April. After that, he DOMINATED! He got better every mo
  11. Helms didn't do any better than Bonifacio offensively but at least he didn't commit any errors. Way to go Helms!
  12. I agree with Erick. I'm still not sold on West and Miller. I would feel alot more confident If Nolasco goes back to his 2008 form. I'm not sold on the Nolasco of 2008. He only pitched 5 games in 07 and went 11-11 in 06. I would like to see some consistency. He's not showing it this year.
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