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Recap: Marlins vs. Rays
- Updated: March 20, 2012
The Tampa Bay Rays defeat the Marlins 3 – 2 today. Here’s some news that you would like to read first:
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Marlins Game
Josh Johnson was the starter for the fish, he pitched 4 2/3 innings, 2 runs, 4 hits with 4 strikeouts. Johnson is slowly getting into form. His fastest pitch today was an 96 mph fastball, but he was in the 91-96 range.
#Marlins Josh Johnson velo 91-96 mph. command off, too many balls
— Joe Frisaro (@JoeFrisaro) March 20, 2012
Rays second baseman Will Rhymes hit a 2 run double to right field to give his team the lead in the 3er inning. Later in the 7th, Rhymes strikes again by driving in Christopher Murrill on a single to right field.
Rays starter Wade David pitched 5 innings, 1 run, 3 hits with 5 struck outs.
Austin Kearns drove in 2 runs on a sac fly and an RBI double. But it wasn’t enough to beat the Rays, the final score was 3 – 2.
Next Game The Marlins have a day off on Wednesday, but go back to work on Thursday as they travel to Lake Buena Vista, Fla to face the Atlanta Braves.
1) Reyes, SS 2) Infante, 2B 3) Ramirez, 3B 4) Buck, C 5) Petersen, LF 6) Rowand, CF 7) Cousins, RF 8) Tiffee, 1B 9) Nolasco, P