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Recap Marlins Vs Dbacks double header 8/22/12
- Updated: August 23, 2012
Jacob Turner’s first career start was a quality start as he goes six innings and gives up three runs but he strikes out five and walks none. Also, he retired final ten batters he faced.
While Tyler Skaggs wins his first MLB start as a pitcher in the bigs. He went 6.2 innings and gave up two runs.
Donovan Solano has reached base in nine straight appearances and in the sixth, Tyler Skaggs walks Donovan Solano and Jose Reyes back to back and the bullpen is up and moving.
The D’backs catch a break in the first game when umpire Jim Joyce blows a call at second base on a sliding Gerardo Parra; Donovan Solano applied the tag to Parra before he got to the bag but Jim Joyce called him safe. Parra would then score on an Arron Hill base hit.
The D’backs defeated the Marlins three to two.
Marlins VS D’backs game two of double header
In game 2 of the double header, Wade Miley took the mound for D’backs as he had everything working for him. His fastball was crisp, and his curveball had late movement that kept the Marlins off-balance all night long.
AJ Pollock led off the game with a base hit off of Wade LeBlanc in the first inning and after a sac bunt Pollock moves to third. He would then score on a RBI single by Paul Goldschmidt.
Wade Miley on the mound for the Diamondbacks breezed through the first two innings giving up no hits. Donnie Murphy breaks up Wade Miley’s no-no with a base hit.
Jose Reyes blows middle on Wade Miley for a base hit in the fourth and then on a pass ball, Reyes moves up 90′ but gets left on base when Carlos Lee pops up.
Arron Hill walks in the fourth followed by a double by Paul Goldschmidt. Chris Young pops up to second base for out number one. Chris Johnson with a blooper RBI and a 2-0 lead for the Dbacks. Wade Miley cruising through five, allowing just a pair of hits and walk so far. Dbacks lead 3-0.
Donovan Solano with a lead-off single in the seventh followed by a bloop single by Jose Reyes and the Marlins have something cooking in the oven….and then Carlos Lee flies out. Austin Kearns then flies out for the second out. Justin Ruggiano grounds out and the Marlins stranded two more.
Last night, Wade Miley kept the Marlins off balance with eight shutout innings. J.J. Putz closes the door on the Marlins earning his second save on Wednesday. The final score was three to zero
Author: Nick Crawford SR
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