Miami Marlins @ Los Angeles Dodgers Game Preview: Friday, May 10th 10:10 PM EST (Game 36)

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Apr 29, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Fernandez (16) throws against the New York Mets in the second inning at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Marlins will seek to end their three game winning streak and get back on track on their 10-game road trip. The Marlins continue on further west to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers tonight.

The Dodgers are losers of seven straight and are hoping to have former Marlin prospect Adrian Gonzalez back in the lineup tonight. A-Gon left last game with a neck strain, but was listed as day-to-day.

Matt Magill will get the ball for the Dodgers, going up against the Marlins promising ace in the making Jose Fernandez. Magill’s ERA is not indicative how he has pitched with the Dodgers. Fernandez will try to one up his best outing of his career last time out, when he tossed seven one-hit inning against the Phillies and racked up 9 strikeouts.

Pitching Matchup:

IPERAFIPMarlinsDateDodgersIPERAFIP
31.03.483.00FernandezMay 10Magill8.07.882.97

Projected Lineup

LineupPlayer AVG.OBP.SLG %
1Juan Pierre229.294.274
2Adeiny Hechavarria.178.241.356
3Placido Polanco.248.311.281
4Justin Ruggiano.233.310.440
5Greg Dobbs.224.300.280
6Marcell Ozuna
.371.405.600
7Derek Dietrich.333.333.333
8Rob Brantly.222.297.309

Derek Dietrich is back in the lineup for his second career game. He went 1-for-3 in his major league debut and hopes to put some runs on the board for the Marlins tonight.

Bold Prediction: Jose Fernandez makes a name for himself in the Hollywood spotlight, tossing seven shutout innings, striking out 8 Dodger hitters and even picking up a hit himself. Juan Pierre leads the Marlins with three hits and three more stolen bases in this game. The Marlins win 2-0.

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