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MLB : ATS Matchup
Friday 7/12/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
WASHINGTON  STRASBURG )
 
MIAMI  EOVALDI )
-1.5  -115

+1.5  -105
-165

+155

7un
 
3
Final
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WASHINGTON (47 - 45) at MIAMI (33 - 57)
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Friday, 7/12/2013 7:10 PM
STEPHEN STRASBURG (R) vs. NATHAN EOVALDI (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
905WASHINGTON-170Ov 6.5,-120-180Ov 7,-110
906MIAMI+160Un 6.5,+100+170Un 7,-110
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games47-45-5.744-433.80.2400.2983.90.2500.300
Road Games20-27-6.221-243.40.2160.2754.10.2520.302
vs Right-handed Starters33-33-7.434-293.70.2400.2964.10.2570.308
Past 7 Games4-3+0.73-44.90.2660.3283.90.2730.305
Grass Games47-45-5.744-433.80.2400.2983.90.2500.300
Night Games31-27+1.226-303.70.2380.2933.70.2480.295
Division16-18-516-173.40.2270.2793.60.2240.279
WASHINGTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games3.80.2400.298923045731257860.033302497084557673667959
Road Games3.40.2160.275471574340137490.031541283851728341353041
Righty Starters3.70.2400.296662172521184600.032351735143140454485547
WASHINGTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.631.281263113106253218423216-11261072.2%
Road Games3.991.251128.75957126123512110-510566.7%

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games33-57-9.640-433.30.2320.2844.30.2570.319
Home Games19-26-3.121-203.40.2330.2914.20.2590.313
vs Right-handed Starters22-40-8.831-273.50.2370.2884.50.2590.320
Past 7 Games2-5-1.63-33.10.2160.2824.30.2290.303
Grass Games33-55-7.638-433.20.2310.2834.20.2540.316
Night Games21-38-7.725-312.70.2150.2694.40.2640.320
Division16-23+2.318-183.50.2430.2994.20.2510.310
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games3.30.2320.284903044706198540.022772206284457393598141
Home Games3.40.2330.29145147434492180.011431192792428154294013
Righty Starters3.50.2370.288622104499140360.022071514073338667365927
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.921.375291.71411272792112224414-1918869.2%
Home Games3.521.308148.362581448501158-78466.7%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
WASHINGTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/28/2013DETWILER(L)@ NY METSHARVEY(R)6-4W1506.5 ovO832990
6/29/2013JORDAN(R)@ NY METSGEE(R)1-5L1008 ovU7739100
6/30/2013GONZALEZ(L)@ NY METSWHEELER(R)13-2W-1357 ovO1350550
7/1/2013ZIMMERMANN(R)MILWAUKEEGALLARDO(R)10-5W-1857 ovO13701172
7/2/2013STRASBURG(R)MILWAUKEEPERALTA(R)0-4L-2607.5 unU8101890
7/3/2013DETWILER(L)MILWAUKEELOHSE(R)1-4L-1358 ovU5611070
7/4/2013JORDAN(R)MILWAUKEEHAND(R)8-5W-1608.5 unO11701082
7/5/2013GONZALEZ(L)SAN DIEGOCASHNER(R)8-5W-1508 unO10701051
7/6/2013ZIMMERMANN(R)SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)5-4W-2158.5 ovO1260960
7/7/2013STRASBURG(R)SAN DIEGOERLIN(L)11-7W-2307.5 ovO117112112
7/8/2013HAREN(R)@ PHILADELPHIALANNAN(L)2-3L-1109 ovU65110100
7/9/2013JORDAN(R)@ PHILADELPHIAHAMELS(L)2-4L1358.5 ovU782830
7/10/2013GONZALEZ(L)@ PHILADELPHIALEE(L)5-1W1157 ovU1081772
7/11/2013ZIMMERMANN(R)@ PHILADELPHIAKENDRICK(R)1-3L-1358 evU550974
7/12/2013STRASBURG(R)@ MIAMIEOVALDI(R) 
7/13/2013HAREN(R)@ MIAMIFERNANDEZ(R) 
7/14/2013JORDAN(R)@ MIAMISLOWEY(R) 
7/19/2013 LA DODGERS  

MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/28/2013NOLASCO(R)SAN DIEGOVOLQUEZ(R)2-9L-1207.5 evO9911570
6/29/2013TURNER(R)SAN DIEGOSTULTS(L)7-1W+1007.5 unO950751
6/30/2013EOVALDI(R)SAN DIEGOCASHNER(R)6-2W+1007 ovO740561
7/1/2013FERNANDEZ(R)SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)4-0W-1457.5 unU681351
7/2/2013KOEHLER(R)@ ATLANTAMEDLEN(R)3-11L2307.5 unO11921671
7/3/2013NOLASCO(R)@ ATLANTAMINOR(L)6-3W1857.5 unO9811060
7/4/2013ALVAREZ(R)@ ATLANTATEHERAN(R)4-3W2207.5 unU10120740
7/5/2013TURNER(R)@ ST LOUISWESTBROOK(R)1-4L1558.5 unU330742
7/6/2013EOVALDI(R)@ ST LOUISKELLY(R)4-5L1608 unO651852
7/7/2013FERNANDEZ(R)@ ST LOUISLYNN(R)2-3L1557 ovU980670
7/8/2013SLOWEY(R)ATLANTAMINOR(L)1-7L+1408 unP8122960
7/9/2013ALVAREZ(R)ATLANTATEHERAN(R)4-6L+1457.5 unO7521191
7/10/2013TURNER(R)ATLANTAMAHOLM(L)6-2W+1157.5 unO11120661
7/12/2013EOVALDI(R)WASHINGTONSTRASBURG(R) 
7/13/2013FERNANDEZ(R)WASHINGTONHAREN(R) 
7/14/2013SLOWEY(R)WASHINGTONJORDAN(R) 
7/19/2013 @ MILWAUKEE  
KEY GAME INFORMATION
WASHINGTON: HITTING: The Nats were among the eight worst teams in the majors in runs (3.88 per game), BA (.242), OBP (.309) and OPS (.691). Much of that had to do with the first two spots in the batting order hitting .285 OBP and .283 OBP respectively. OF ROGER BERNADINA (.301 OBP) and SS IAN DESMOND (.298 OBP) were the regular 1-2 hitters in the order. $126 million OF JAYSON WERTH was also to blame, batting .232 with a meager 58 RBI in 561 at-bats. 3B RYAN ZIMMERMAN also missed two months with an abdominal problem and had a down year with 12 HR and 49 RBI in 101 games. But OF MIKE MORSE had a breakout season, leading the Nats in batting (.303), HR (31) and RBI (95). 1B ADAM LaROCHE suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in June, but should be fully healed. Washington is counting on a pair of talented 24-year-olds to contribute a little more in 2B DANNY ESPINOSA (.236 BA, 21 HR) and C WILSON RAMOS (15 HR in 389 AB).
STARTING PITCHING: STEPHEN STRASBURG is back fully healed from Tommy John surgery, but will reportedly be limited to 160 innings in 2012. That's still enough time to strike out 150 batters and win a dozen games though. In sending four quality prospects to Oakland, the Nats paid a huge price for GIO GONZALEZ. They hope he can overcome his control issues and become an elite No. 2. Well-traveled EDWIN JACKSON was also brought in to help bolster the rotation. He joins his sixth different club since 2008, but Jackson is just 28 years old and was serviceable after being traded to St. Louis last year (5-2, 3.58 ERA). JORDAN ZIMMERMANN was in the same boat as Strasburg last year, coming off elbow surgery and limited to 161.1 innings. But in that time, he had a team-best 3.18 ERA and 4.0 K-to-BB ratio (124 K, 31 BB). JOHN LANNAN remains the top lefty in the Nats rotation with a team-high 10 wins in 2011. He dominated left-handed hitters last year (.211 BA, 55 K in 185 AB), but still needs to improve his weak 1.4 K-to-BB ratio (106 K, 76 BB).
RELIEF PITCHING: DREW STOREN had a phenomenal first year as a full-time closer, saving 43-of-48 games with a 2.75 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 74 K in 75.1 innings. His role will remain the same in 2012 once he returns from the 15-day DL (elbow) to start the season. Newcomer BRAD LIDGE was limited to 25 innings because of shoulder problems last year, but he appears to be the closer until Storen returns. The Nats have arguably the best set-up man in the game in TYLER CLIPPARD, who led the majors with 38 holds and posted a 1.83 ERA and 0.84 WHIP for the season. He held opponents to a .162 average and fanned 104 batters in 88.1 innings of work. Lefty SEAN BURNETT saw a huge decline in his numbers, as his ERA rose from 2.14 to 3.81 and his WHIP jumped from 1.14 to 1.32. This was mostly due to a diminishing strikeout rate (8.9 to 5.2 last year).
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).

PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER NL PREVIEW (WASHINGTON-MIAMI) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Nationals-Marlins Preview* ===========================

By NOEY KUPCHAN STATS Writer

Washington (47-44) at Miami (33-57), 7:10 p.m. EDT

Stephen Strasburg earned the win over the weekend despite delivering a lackluster performance.

While Strasburg has experienced a few hiccups against the Miami Marlins over his career, he has mostly had their number.

Strasburg and the visiting Washington Nationals look to continue their recent success against the Marlins in the opener of a three-game set Friday night.

Strasburg (5-6, 2.45 ERA) had gone 3-1 with a 1.41 ERA over an eight-start stretch before yielding four runs in six innings against San Diego on Sunday. The Nationals (47-45), though, backed him with a career-high 11 runs of support in an 11-7 victory.

"He was battling," manager Davey Johnson said of Strasburg, who struck out a season high-tying nine. "I thought he threw good. Sometimes he fights himself ... seems like the last couple of weeks he's been snake bit."

The right-hander has received fewer than three runs of support in 12 of 17 starts.

"It's good to put runs up there on the board for Stras," said left fielder Bryce Harper, batting .373 with six homers, nine RBIs and 11 runs in his last 12 games against the Marlins.

Strasburg threw seven innings of three-hit ball to beat Miami 2-0 on opening day, improving to 5-2 with a 2.77 ERA in 10 career meetings. While he has allowed 18 runs over 12 1-3 innings in three of those outings, Strasburg has posted a 0.21 ERA in the others.

Strasburg has had difficulty against slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who is 6 for 16 with a homer and four doubles in their matchups.

Owner of the NL's worst record, Miami (33-57) had been limited to 12 runs during a five-game losing streak before beating Atlanta 6-2 on Wednesday. Placido Polanco had three hits and a season-high three RBIs while Stanton, who entered the game in a 3-for-26 slump, went 1 for 2 with a two-run double and career high-tying three walks.

"That's a great sign," manager Mike Redmond said of Stanton. "He's such a big presence in that lineup. You can see how in situations they start pitching around him, but when he stays in the zone and handles the pitches he knows he's capable of handling, he can dominate a game."

Stanton went 14 for 32 with five homers, four doubles and 12 RBIs in his final eight games against the Nationals in 2012, but he is 1 for 9 in three this year. The Marlins have hit .204 and scored 13 runs while dropping five of six in the series.

Miami gives the ball to Nathan Eovaldi (1-0, 2.55), who goes for his fifth quality start in as many tries since coming off the disabled list. The right-hander allowed three runs and five hits in 6 2-3 innings Saturday in a 5-4 loss at St. Louis.

Set to make his first appearance versus Washington, Eovaldi will need to be careful against Jayson Werth, who is 14 for 26 with two homers during an eight-game hitting streak.

While Werth went 2 for 4 on Thursday, the Nationals were limited to five hits in a 3-1 loss at Philadelphia. Hitting a major league-worst .216 on the road, Washington has dropped 17 of 26 away from home.


Last Updated: 10/20/2014 1:28:02 AM EST


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