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Ramon Ortiz (0-2, 8.18)
Ortiz has little experience in Dolphins Stadium, pitching there only once and having a 1-0 record with a 7.50 ERA in that game. He is 1-1 overall against the Marlins with a 3.46 ERA in two games, including seven innings when he didn?t allow an earned run and lost 2-0 last season.


Sergio Mitre (1-1, 3.75)
In his first start ever at Dolphins Stadium, Mitre was victimized by the long ball. The right-hander yielded two home runs to San Diego's Khalil Greene, and five runs on seven hits in six innings to even his record on the season. In two starts, he has logged 12 innings, surrendering five runs. For his career, Mitre has faced the Nationals once as a member of the Cubs. He lost that contest last year, giving up one run in 2 1/3 innings.

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Washington Nationals    Florida Marlines

Alfonso Soriano (LF)    Hanley Ramirez (SS)
Marlon Anderson (2B)    Alfredo Amezaga (2B)
Nick Johnson (1B)       Miguel Cabrera (3B)
Ryan Zimmerman (3B)     Josh Willingham (LF)
Ryan Church (RF)        Mike Jacobs (1B)
Marlon Byrd (CF)        Chris Aguila (RF)
Brian Schneider (C)     Miguel Olivo (C)
Royce Clayton (SS)      Reggie Abercrombie (CF)
Ramon Ortiz (P)         Sergio Mitre (P)


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Washington Nationals (7)
                        AB   R   H RBI  TB  BB   K   AVG   OBP   SLG   OPS
A. Soriano, LF           4   1   1   0   2   1   0  .294  .357  .529  .886
M. Anderson, 2B          4   1   1   0   1   0   1  .167  .333  .167  .500
N. Johnson, 1B           3   1   2   0   2   2   0  .357  .509  .619 1.128
R. Zimmerman, 3B         3   1   0   1   0   1   2  .204  .298  .286  .584
R. Church, RF            4   3   2   4   8   1   1  .222  .364  .889 1.253
M. Byrd, CF              4   0   1   0   2   0   1  .161  .366  .323  .689
B. Schneider, C          4   0   1   0   1   0   1  .179  .273  .179  .452
R. Clayton, SS           2   0   0   0   0   0   1  .227  .255  .250  .505
  D. Jackson, PR-SS      0   0   0   0   0   0   0  .154  .214  .308  .522
  J. Vidro, PH           0   0   0   1   0   0   0  .348  .380  .565  .945
  M. Stanton, P          0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
  G. Majewski, P         0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
  C. Cordero, P          0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
R. Ortiz, P              2   0   0   0   0   0   1  .250  .400  .250  .650
  D. Ward, PH            1   0   0   0   0   0   0  .286  .375  .857 1.232
  F. Rodriguez, P        0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
  B. Harris, PH-SS       1   0   0   0   0   0   0  .200  .333  .200  .533
Totals                  32   7   8   6  16   5   8    -     -     -     -

Florida Marlins (5)
                        AB   R   H RBI  TB  BB   K   AVG   OBP   SLG   OPS
H. Ramirez, SS           5   1   1   0   1   0   2  .333  .400  .533  .933
A. Amezaga, 2B           4   0   1   0   1   1   0  .375  .444  .375  .819
M. Cabrera, 3B           3   1   1   1   1   2   1  .275  .383  .525  .908
J. Willingham, LF        4   0   2   0   3   0   0  .350  .386  .700 1.086
  M. Herges, P           0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
  M. Treanor, PH         1   0   0   0   0   0   0  .000  .111  .000  .111
M. Jacobs, 1B            4   0   2   1   2   0   1  .200  .289  .450  .739
C. Aguila, RF-LF         3   1   0   0   0   1   0  .261  .320  .391  .711
M. Olivo, C              4   2   2   2   6   0   0  .222  .250  .444  .694
R. Abercrombie, CF-RF    4   0   0   0   0   0   1  .095  .174  .095  .269
S. Mitre, P              2   0   0   0   0   0   1  .167  .167  .333  .500
  R. Nolasco, P          0   0   0   0   0   0   0  .000  .000  .000  .000
  D. Uggla, PH           1   0   0   0   0   0   0  .222  .317  .361  .678
  C. Martinez, P         0   0   0   0   0   0   0    -     -     -     -
  W. Helms, PH           1   0   1   1   3   0   0  .400  .400  .600 1.000
  E. Reed, CF            0   0   0   0   0   0   0  .095  .174  .095  .269
Totals                  36   5  10   5  17   4   6    -     -     -     -

2B: Was 2, A. Soriano (3), M. Byrd (2). Fla 2, J. Willingham (5), M. Olivo (3).
3B: Fla 1, W. Helms (1).
HR: Was 2, R. Church 2 (2). Fla 1, M. Olivo (1).
HR Detail: Was, R. Church (inning: 6, 1 out, 1 on) off S. Mitre, Was, R. Church (inning: 9, 2 out, 1 on) off M. Herges. Fla, M. Olivo (inning: 4, 2 out, 0 on) off R. Ortiz.

Washington Nationals
                        IP   H   R  ER  BB   K  HR   BFP   Pit   ERA   BAA
R. Ortiz               5.0   8   3   3   2   1   1    24    73  7.31  .377
F. Rodriguez           2.0   0   0   0   1   2   0     7    32  5.87  .222
M. Stanton             0.1   0   0   0   0   1   0     1     4  1.93  .143
G. Majewski (W 1-0)    0.2   2   2   2   1   1   0     5    20  2.70  .189
C. Cordero (Save 2)    1.0   0   0   0   0   1   0     3    11  3.86  .231

Florida Marlins
                        IP   H   R  ER  BB   K  HR   BFP   Pit   ERA   BAA
S. Mitre               5.2   5   3   3   2   6   1    26    93  4.08  .231
R. Nolasco             0.1   0   0   0   0   0   0     1     5  1.80  .235
C. Martinez            2.0   1   1   1   2   2   0     9    38  2.70  .190
M. Herges (L 0-1)      1.0   2   3   0   1   0   1     6    25  4.15  .389

Errors: Was, R. Ortiz (1). Fla, M. Cabrera (1), H. Ramirez (3).
Double Plays: Was 1, (Clayton to M.Anderson to N.Johnson).
Stolen Bases: Was, R. Church (1). Fla, A. Amezaga (1).
Caught Stealing: Was, M. Byrd (2).
Wild Pitches: Fla, S. Mitre.
Hit by Pitch: Was, M. Byrd by S. Mitre, R. Clayton by S. Mitre.
 
Umpires: HP--Poncino, 1B--Dreckman, 2B--Hickox, 3B--Darling.
Time: 3:15
Attendance - 10,296

Offline Nationalzfanatic88

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woah, WAY TOO EARLY!!!

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woah, WAY TOO EARLY!!!


the game is at 1.  8)

Offline JMW IV

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interesting lineup today.

Fonzie batting Leadoff, Church batting 5th, Byrd batting 6th.

Byrd in CF, Church in RF.

Marlon Anderson getting the start at 2nd.

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

alternating between Forum-Surfing, and playing classic Video Games on Gametap.

listening on the radio though, since it isn't on TV in my house.

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

alternating between Forum-Surfing, and playing classic Video Games on Gametap.

listening on the radio though, since it isn't on TV in my house.


Gametap?  Booo.  Emulators are your friend ;)

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

alternating between Forum-Surfing, and playing classic Video Games on Gametap.

listening on the radio though, since it isn't on TV in my house.


Gametap?  Booo.  Emulators are your friend ;)


Emulators are too much hassle, imo.

having the easy, friendly access to my classic games is worth the 10 bucks a month, imo.

try to download Roms from websites, and they have you jump through 40 billion hoops, and voting at 50 BILLION random sites before they let you download.  I don't have the patience for that.

I tried to find Xenogears for the PSX for the emulator i had, and the damn site made me vote 5 TIMES at 5 different sites, and then after i did all that, i couldn't download the damn game.

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Alright Marlon Anderson :)

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Frank needs to leave Soriano at one position in the order to get him comfortable...I'm saying 5th...you can't have him leading off

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

alternating between Forum-Surfing, and playing classic Video Games on Gametap.

listening on the radio though, since it isn't on TV in my house.


Gametap?  Booo.  Emulators are your friend ;)


Emulators are too much hassle, imo.

having the easy, friendly access to my classic games is worth the 10 bucks a month, imo.

try to download Roms from websites, and they have you jump through 40 billion hoops, and voting at 50 BILLION random sites before they let you download.  I don't have the patience for that.

I tried to find Xenogears for the PSX for the emulator i had, and the damn site made me vote 5 TIMES at 5 different sites, and then after i did all that, i couldn't download the damn game.


Well they are now, but I amassed a fat collection of ROMs back in the day when they were everywhere.  Back before all the big sites got taken offline.  And the emulator programs themselves are easy to find, well maintained, and do the job well, so I have no complaints 8)

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Alright small ball!! :D

Nationals 1
Marlins 0


Man that was a really nasty tag by the Marlins' catcher, not cool at all :?

And of course Church strikes out on 3 pitches.

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Good lord Ortiz, try not to give away our lead on the first pitch, will ya??

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

alternating between Forum-Surfing, and playing classic Video Games on Gametap.

listening on the radio though, since it isn't on TV in my house.


Gametap?  Booo.  Emulators are your friend ;)


Emulators are too much hassle, imo.

having the easy, friendly access to my classic games is worth the 10 bucks a month, imo.

try to download Roms from websites, and they have you jump through 40 billion hoops, and voting at 50 BILLION random sites before they let you download.  I don't have the patience for that.

I tried to find Xenogears for the PSX for the emulator i had, and the damn site made me vote 5 TIMES at 5 different sites, and then after i did all that, i couldn't download the damn game.


Well they are now, but I amassed a fat collection of ROMs back in the day when they were everywhere.  Back before all the big sites got taken offline.  And the emulator programs themselves are easy to find, well maintained, and do the job well, so I have no complaints 8)


I got no problem finding the Emulators. it is the Roms that are the issue.

say, you got PSX games?  send me a PM, I'm looking for 2 games in particular.

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whew.

thought Ortiz was gonna get pasted there.

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I think this game will pretty much settle whether or not Ortiz truly does suck.  I mean, it's not going to get any easier than the baby-faced marlins early in the season, so if he can't put on a decent performance here, I'm gonna have to go with "he sucks."

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I'm gonna be in and out on this one.

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jm4 - live chat is back if you're interested. tho i too will be in and out of this one

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Live chat???

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Wow that 1-1 swing by Clayton was one of the worst major league swings I think I have ever seen. :lol:

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Wow that 1-1 swing by Clayton is one of the worst major league swings I think I have ever seen. :lol:


good thing I can't see it then.

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Wow that 1-1 swing by Clayton is one of the worst major league swings I think I have ever seen. :lol:


good thing I can't see it then.


If you give me a few minutes I may be able to remedy that for you.

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Agulia is a stud. He's gonna have a breakthru season for the marlins.

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Wow that 1-1 swing by Clayton is one of the worst major league swings I think I have ever seen. :lol:


good thing I can't see it then.


If you give me a few minutes I may be able to remedy that for you.


don't bother.

family's coming to pick me up in 15 minutes to go eat, before my aunts go back home to NY.

Hold down the Fort.

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8-pitch inning for Ortiz, not bad.

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8-pitch inning for Ortiz, not bad.


When the series first started i predicted a lot of easy innings like this.

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8-pitch inning for Ortiz, not bad.


When the series first started i predicted a lot of easy innings like this.


For Patterson, so did I.  For Ortiz...  well who knows ;)

Man I can't believe Nick is hitting .350.  The rest of our offense is so stagnant that Nick's hits are going practically unnoticed :?

I guess that's why.  Poor Nick gets on with 2 outs, and I feel quite confident in saying that no runs will result from it.

Even with a wild pitch that moves Nick to second.