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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 6/19/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -155

-1.5  +135



MIAMI (22 - 48) at ARIZONA (38 - 33)
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Wednesday, 6/19/2013 3:40 PM
Board OpeningLatest
951MIAMI+175Ov 8,-105+135Ov 8,+105
952ARIZONA-185Un 8,-115-145Un 8,-125
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games22-48-15.330-353.10.2300.2804.50.2610.325
Road Games9-25-9.314-173.10.2310.2764.70.2550.333
vs Right-handed Starters15-33-11.524-203.50.2400.2894.70.2620.323
Past 7 Games4-3+2.35-24.30.2450.2735.40.2520.308
Grass Games22-46-13.328-353.00.2290.2794.40.2580.322
Day Games8-15-2.911-94.50.2660.3144.60.2500.323
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.10.2300.280702356543147360.022041614793743076456136
Road Games3.10.2310.27634119227577240.0298752551721829242825
Righty Starters3.50.2400.289481641394106230.011591143043029555274522
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.971.401233.3114103222171051939-1511568.8%
Road Games4.421.440116665710211651054-96366.7%

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games38-33+4.431-384.30.2600.3204.10.2540.309
Home Games18-15+0.111-203.80.2550.3214.10.2570.318
vs Right-handed Starters25-21+2.423-214.60.2630.3204.30.2580.304
Past 7 Games2-5-43-43.10.2250.2854.00.2030.255
Grass Games38-33+4.431-384.30.2600.3204.10.2540.309
Day Games11-9+1.16-133.90.2650.3253.80.2560.307
ARIZONA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.30.2600.320712461640206590.022862185102249476296422
Home Games3.80.2550.32133108027593270.02115105230922235183110
Righty Starters4.60.2630.320461630429140430.031981353591732446213912
ARIZONA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.111.219208.37472187236720016-10201360.6%
Home Games3.321.2911034038981135957-511568.8%
MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/5/2013TURNER(R)@ PHILADELPHIAHAMELS(L)1-6L2007.5 unU550970
6/8/2013FERNANDEZ(R)@ NY METSHARVEY(R)2-1W1956.5 unU1510013220
6/9/2013KOEHLER(R)@ NY METSNIESE(L)8-4W1877.5 ovO17101632
6/10/2013NOLASCO(R)MILWAUKEEGALLARDO(R)1-6L+1057 unP52116100
6/11/2013TURNER(R)MILWAUKEEPERALTA(R)5-4W+1057.5 unO821530
6/12/2013SLOWEY(R)MILWAUKEEFIGARO(R)1-10L+1107.5 unO5321230
6/14/2013FERNANDEZ(R)ST LOUISWESTBROOK(R)5-4W+1207.5 unO1061861
6/15/2013KOEHLER(R)ST LOUISLYNN(R)7-13L+1757.5 unO11801780
6/16/2013NOLASCO(R)ST LOUISLYONS(L)7-2W+1258 unO1182570
6/17/2013TURNER(R)@ ARIZONACORBIN(L)3-2W1808 unU320791
6/18/2013EOVALDI(R)@ ARIZONADELGADO(R)2-3L1658.5 ovU840530
6/26/2013 MINNESOTA  

ARIZONA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/5/2013MILEY(L)@ ST LOUISKELLY(R)10-3W1258.5 unO11611281
6/6/2013KENNEDY(R)@ ST LOUISMILLER(R)8-12L1707.5 unO13601780
6/7/2013CORBIN(L)SAN FRANCISCOCAIN(R)3-1W-1308.5 unU540870
6/8/2013CAHILL(R)SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)5-10L+1058 unO8611590
6/9/2013SKAGGS(L)SAN FRANCISCOGAUDIN(R)2-6L-1409 unU6621291
6/10/2013MILEY(L)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)5-4W1656 unO11811480
6/11/2013KENNEDY(R)@ LA DODGERSGREINKE(R)3-5L1207 unO440580
6/12/2013CORBIN(L)@ LA DODGERSRYU(L)8-6W-1056.5 unO201401270
6/14/2013CAHILL(R)@ SAN DIEGOSTULTS(L)1-2L1157 unU231571
6/15/2013MILEY(L)@ SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)4-6L1007.5 unO771730
6/16/2013KENNEDY(R)@ SAN DIEGORICHARD(L)1-4L-1158 unU841640
6/17/2013CORBIN(L)MIAMITURNER(R)2-3L-1908 unU791320
6/18/2013DELGADO(R)MIAMIEOVALDI(R)3-2W-1758.5 ovU530840
6/26/2013 @ WASHINGTON  
MIAMI: HITTING: Ozzie Guillen takes over as manager for the newly named Miami Marlins, who will open their new retractable-roof Marlins Ballpark in 2012. Indoor games could generate more offense, but the fences are pretty deep (340' to left, 384' to 392' power alleys, 416' center and 335' right). New SS JOSE REYES led the NL with a .337 average and posted a career-best .384 OBP. Malcontent HANLEY RAMIREZ will reluctantly move to 3B, but hopefully he will play harder under Guillen than he has under the previous two skippers. OF GIANCARLO STANTON hit 34 HR last year and will drive in 100 if Ramirez stays healthy. OF LOGAN MORRISON cranked 23 bombs, but his batting average dipped to .247 with this new-found power. 1B GABY SANCHEZ fizzled after August 1 (.211 BA), but still had 19 HR and 78 RBI. OF EMILIO BONIFACIO swiped 40 bases and led the team with a .296 average, but he'll move down the order because of Reyes. C JOHN BUCK and 2B OMAR INFANTE's jobs are secure, but 22-year-old prospect MATT DOMINGUEZ might start 2012 in Triple-A instead of sitting and watching Ramirez and Sanchez at the corner infield spots.
STARTING PITCHING: JOSH JOHNSON is dominant when healthy, but he's made only 88 starts over the past five seasons. His shoulder feels great after surgery last year, and he expects to take the mound on Opening Day. MARK BUEHRLE followed his former manager and signed a 4-year, $58M deal with Miami. The 33-year-old lefty was 13-9 with a 3.59 ERA last year, his 11th straight season of 200+ IP and 10+ wins. RICKY NOLASCO once again had 10 wins and a strong K-to-BB ratio (3.4), but also sported an 8.18 ERA and 1.61 WHIP in his final eight starts. ANIBAL SANCHEZ posted a second straight productive season, fanning 202 batters in 196.1 innings. He did give up twice as many HR (20) as he did in 2010 though. CARLOS ZAMBRANO will begin 2012 in the rotation, but where he ends up is anybody's guess. If Guillen can motivate him, Zambrano has plenty of innings left in his 30-year-old arm.
RELIEF PITCHING: The signing of HEATH BELL to a three-year deal gives the Marlins a reliable long-term closer for the first time since Robb Nen in the mid-'90s. Bell's numbers could suffer a bit with the move to a smaller ballpark and an alarming drop in strikeout rate (11.1 in 2010 to 7.3 in 2011), but he still throws 94 mph. STEVE CISHEK will be the main set-up man for Bell and could see a handful of saves, converting all three opportunities last year and fanning 55 batters in 54.2 innings. MIKE DUNN is the lefty set-up man in this bullpen. He has great stuff (100 K in 86 career innings), but remains extremely wild (53 walks in those 86 IP).

ARIZONA: HITTING: Arizona's offense placed ninth in the majors in runs (4.5 per game), homers (172) and OPS (.736), thanks in big part to its young outfield trio. OF JUSTIN UPTON, 24, had a career year and led his team with a .289 BA, 31 HR, 88 RBI, 105 runs and a .369 OBP. OF GERARDO PARRA may have won a Gold Glove, but OF JASON KUBEL is the new leftfielder. Kubel's power numbers will improve in the desert. OF CHRIS YOUNG's .236 BA was poor, but his .331 OBP allowed him to score 89 times and swipe a team-high 22 SB. 1B PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT, 24, belted 30 homers in 103 Double-A games and continued his power in the majors with eight bombs in 156 at-bats. 3B RYAN ROBERTS (19 HR, 86 runs) and C MIGUEL MONTERO (18 HR, 86 RBI) also had career-best seasons. 2B AARON HILL was a great midseason acquisition from Toronto, tallying an .878 OPS in 33 games with Arizona. SS STEPHEN DREW batted only .252 with 5 HR in half a season before fracturing his ankle. He'll probably return in early May, and speedy WILLIE BLOOMQUIST will replace him in the starting lineup.
STARTING PITCHING: D-backs starters won 71 games, sixth-most in baseball. IAN KENNEDY won 21 of those contests and led the team with a 2.88 ERA and 198 strikeouts. He also held batters to a .210 BA at hitter-friendly Chase Field. DANIEL HUDSON was strong in all facets as well, notching 16 wins, 169 K and a 3.49 ERA. He pitches like a seasoned veteran, but he's only 25. Newcomer TREVOR CAHILL was 6-1 with a 1.79 ERA in his first 10 starts before finishing 6-13 with a 5.25 ERA. Don't expect a huge comeback going from a pitcher's park to a hitter's park. The Diamondbacks brought back innings eater JOE SAUNDERS, which closed the door for stud prospect WADE MILEY to begin 2012 in Arizona's starting rotation. Once the first-round draft pick from 2008 cuts down on his walks, everything else should fall into place, and he should be pitching for the big club come September. JOSH COLLMENTER burst on the scene with his crazy delivery and was unhittable in his first six starts (1.05 ERA, 0.76 WHIP). He predictably tailed off, but still led the rotation with a 1.07 WHIP, walking just 28 batters in 154.1 innings.
RELIEF PITCHING: Arizona led the majors with 58 saves, as J.J. PUTZ tallied 45 of those. He didn't allow a run in his final 18 appearances, finishing with a 2.17 ERA, 0.91 WHIP and 9.5 K per 9 IP. He was unhittable on the road, giving up just one run on nine hits in 24.1 innings (.113 opp. BA). Putz does have a history of being injured, and if he gets hurt again, DAVID HERNANDEZ proved a worthy replacement, saving 11 games last year and posting a strong 10.0 K per 9 IP rate. He held opponents to a meager .193 BA. BRAD ZIEGLER was even better after Arizona acquired him at the deadline. In 23 appearances with the D-backs, the side-arming Ziegler notched a 1.74 ERA and 1.02 WHIP.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER NL PREVIEW (MIAMI-ARIZONA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Marlins-Diamondbacks Preview* ==============================


Miami (22-47) at Arizona (37-33), 3:40 p.m. EDT

Some late-game heroics helped the Arizona Diamondbacks put an end to a losing streak.

The NL West leaders now try to string together consecutive victories for the first time in two weeks Wednesday when they face Miami Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez, who is starting to find his groove.

The Diamondbacks (38-33) won 3-2 Tuesday on Paul Goldschmidt's walkoff home run, ending a season-high tying four-game slide as well as the Marlins' three-game win streak. Goldschmidt's homer was his 17th of the season and the second game-ending home run of his career.

Goldschmidt had been 2 for 13 during the skid, though he homered in Monday's 3-2 defeat to Miami (22-48). Arizona, which hasn't won back-to-back games since June 4 and 5, also played error-free baseball Tuesday after committing one in each of the last four contests.

"Any time it's a walkoff, whether it's you or one of the other guys, it's fun," Goldschmidt said.

Martin Prado also drove in two with a fourth-inning homer for the Diamondbacks, who'll be getting their first look at Fernandez (4-3, 3.11 ERA).

The right-hander's ERA ranks third among rookie starters, and he's also second in strikeouts (77) and opponents' batting average (.210).

"He's so polished for a young pitcher," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. "It's amazing how good his secondary pitches are."

The 20-year-old Cuban defector has been dominant through his last three starts, going 2-0 with a 1.35 ERA and 25 strikeouts over 20 innings. He limited St. Louis to three runs through seven innings while striking out 10 - the first pitcher younger than 21 with double-digit strikeouts since Felix Hernandez did it in 2007 - in Friday's 5-4 win.

Still, Fernandez doesn't seem to quite grasp how good he has been, finding himself star-struck at times.

"One of the special moments in the game: The first time I went up to hit, Yadier Molina was catching," he said. "I look up to that guy. When they won the World Series, I saw him catch and I said, 'Man, I wish one day I could shake his hand.'"

Fernandez matches up with Trevor Cahill (3-8, 3.96), who is winless in his last five starts.

Cahill matched a career high with 10 strikeouts while allowing two runs and five hits in 5 2-3 innings in Friday's 2-1 loss at San Diego after yielding 13 runs over 8 2-3 innings in his previous two outings.

The Diamondbacks have supplied Cahill with one or zero runs of support in four of his last five outings.

"Right from the get-go he was pretty darn good," said bench coach Alan Trammel, who acted as Arizona's manager while Kirk Gibson served a one-game suspension. "You can't fault anyone for one inning or a few hitters. It goes back to the offense that scored one run."

Cahill is 1-1 with a 4.50 ERA in three starts versus Miami. He matched a season best by throwing eight innings while holding the Marlins to one run and five hits in a 9-2 victory on May 17.

Arizona's Miguel Montero was 0 for 2 with a walk Tuesday after going 9 for 20 in his previous five games.

Last Updated: 4/19/2018 11:51:16 PM EST

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