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DONTRELLE WILLIS CAREER VS. PADRES

 

 

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Dontrelle Willis

2

2

0

0

11.0

12

 

6

6

1

5

12

1

0

0

0

 

0

4.91

 

 

 

PADRES BATTERS CAREER VS. DONTRELLE WILLIS

 

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2B

3B

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Jay Payton

3

3

 

2

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0

1

0

0

0

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2

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Brian Buchanan

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Miguel Ojeda

 

3

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0

0

0

0

0

 

0

0

1

0

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.333

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.333

 

 

 

Humberto Quintero

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Phil Nevin

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Mark Loretta

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Terrence Long

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Ryan Klesko

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0

0

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0

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Ramon Hernandez

3

3

 

0

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Dave Hansen

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Freddy Guzman

 

0

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Khalil Greene

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Brian Giles

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Sean Burroughs

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Rich Aurilia

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BRIAN LAWRENCE CAREER VS. MARLINS

 

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Brian Lawrence

 

3

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9

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6.50

 

 

 

 

MARLINS BATTERS CAREER VS. BRIAN LAWRENCE

 

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Mike Redmond

3

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2

1

 

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Wil Cordero

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Juan Encarnacion

18

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0

1

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1.549

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Miguel Cabrera

3

 

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Juan Pierre

 

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Mike Lowell

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Jeff Conine

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Paul Lo Duca

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.294

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Luis Castillo

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Mike Mordecai

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Lenny Harris

1

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Alex Gonzalez

4

 

3

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Damion Easley

 

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Ramon Castro

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Chris Aguila

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Yahoo! Sports Game Preview

Two days after beating the NL's most dominant reliever, the Florida Marlins will try to cause more problems for one of the league's all-time great closers as they open a three-game set against Trevor Hoffman and the San Diego Padres.

 

Florida defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4 on Wednesday thanks to Lenny Harris' pinch-hit, three-run double off reigning Cy Young Award winner Eric Gagne in the ninth inning.

 

``That's one I'm never going to forget, off a pitcher like him,'' said Harris, the major league record holder with 190 pinch-hits. ``But that's what I do. I come off the bench and face the best guys out of the 'pen.

 

``But, hey, I'm not all-time for nothing.''

 

Hoffman is fourth on the all-time list with 383 saves, and when he enters the game with a lead, San Diego usually can count on a victory. However, he has looked shaky of late.

 

The 36-year-old right-hander has taken the loss in two of his last four appearances, giving up five runs and nine hits, including two homers, over four innings. Hoffman blew a save for the fourth time in 35 chances Wednesday, when he allowed a two-run homer to Andruw Jones in the ninth as San Diego lost 6-5 to Atlanta.

 

``This time of the season, these games are huge,'' Hoffman said. ``For the guys to battle back and for me to come in and lose it, it's frustrating.''

 

Though Florida winning Wednesday helped their cause, the Padres remained 6 1/2 games behind the first-place Dodgers in the NL West. They are 1 1/2 behind San Francisco for the NL wild card.

 

The Marlins, five games back in the wild-card chase, enter this matchup having won four of five.

 

San Diego had won four of six on the road -- against the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati -- before returning home this week and losing two of three to NL East-leading Atlanta.

 

Padres right fielder Brian Giles enters this matchup having reached base safely in a club-record 11 consecutive plate appearances. He's gone 3-for-3 with two walks in each of the last two games, with two homers, two doubles and a triple.

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im so glad its finally friday! i can finally watch a late game! lol

 

LETS GO MARLINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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stay up late my b*tches

 

 

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GO FISH

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WORD!

 

It'd be great to take 2 of 3 and I look forward to a swell time watching a game in PETCO.

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