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Marlins offense tries to save bullpen after a long night in San Diego
- Updated: May 5, 2012
The Marlins will try to keep the winning streak going as they face the Padres in San Diego for the 2nd time this series.
First pitch is at 8:35 PM ET at Petco Park. Mark Buehrle (1-4) will be on the mound for Fish. In his last start, he gave up two homers among eight hits and allowed seven runs which four were earned runs in five innings in his fourth loss of the year. While the Padres will go with the LHP Clayton Richard. He’s 1-3 with an ERA of 5.12 in 5 starts this season.
Mark Buehrle has never face the Padres since he always played for one team which was with the White Sox, who are in the American League. As for Clayton Richard, he’s 1-0 with an ERA of 0.00 with a WHIP of 1.50 and 5 strikeouts in his career against the Marlins.
Marlins: Reyes SS Bonifacio CF Ramirez 3B Kearns LF Infante 2B Stanton RF Sanchez 1B Buck C Buehrle P
Padres:Denorfia RF Guzman LF Headley 3B Hundley C Alonso 1B Hudson 2B Maybin CF Bartlett SS Richard P
- Emilio Bonifacio is 13-for-13 in stolen-base attempts to start the season.
- Will Venable has hit safely in 19 of his 20 starts this year.
- The Marlins are 4-0 in the the start of May and on the road West Coast this season.
- Ozzie on Bell, who keeps on struggling : “We’ll check (Saturday) to see about the situation,” Guillen said “We have to do something about it. We can’t be waiting anymore.”
- Marlins starters have combine 6 wins while reliever Steve Cishek has already 4.
The game will be televised on Fox Sports Florida, but if you can’t watch it, hear it on the radio at XPRS 1090, WAXY 790, WAQI 710 (Spanish).