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Marlins 2, Padres 1

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SAN DIEGO -- Scott Olsen pitched the best game of his young career.

Olsen (5-3) gave up two hits and a run in seven innings to help the Florida Marlins beat the San Diego Padres 2-1 on Saturday night.

"That's probably the best outing I've ever had," said the 22-year-old rookie left-hander Olsen. "I was worried a lot in the bullpen. My ball wasn't quite right. It's two different worlds--the bullpen and the game."

He struck out eight and walked one. Joe Borowski came on in ninth to pick up his eighth save in nine opportunities.

Olsen said his slider was his go-to pitch. "It was breaking the way I wanted it to break," said Olsen. "Six or seven of my strikeouts were on sliders."

With the game tied 1-1, pinch-hitter Henry Ramirez drew a leadoff walk in the eighth inning from Clay Hensley (4-5) and was sacrificed to second by Alfredo Amezaga. One out later, Mike Jacobs greeted reliever Alan Embree with a single to left that plated Ramirez.

"It was a first-pitch fastball," said Jacobs." He ran it in on me. It's one of those situations that a lot of times they start you with a break ball lefty-on-lefty. Sometimes you guess right. I was able to do that tonight."

Hensley settled down after giving up two hits in the first inning. He didn't allow another hit over his final 6 2/3 innings. He walked four and struck out one.

"It was frustrating," said Hensley. "It was just one of those days that it didn't go our way. I was just happy that I was executing a lot of the pitches. I was happy I got my fastball back."

Hensley got out of a bases-loaded no-out jam in the top of the seventh.

The Marlins loaded the bases on a walk to Miguel Cabrera and back-to-back bunts by Cody Ross and Jeremy Hermida. After getting the first out on a force at home, Hensley got catcher Matt Treanor to hit into a double play with Barfield's throw just beating Treanor at first.

The Marlins took a 1-0 lead in the first after Amezaga led off the game with a double. He moved to third on Dan Uggla's bunt single and scored on Jacobs' double play groundout.

The Padres tied the game at 1-1 in the fourth inning. Cameron led off with a triple just over the glove of a leaping third baseman Miguel Cabrera. Cameron scored when Olsen threw a wild pitch to Brian Giles.

"We didn't play well, we didn't execute," said Padres manager Bruce Bochy. "We needed to move some runners, but we're able to do it. We battled there and we're close, but just came up short."

Notes

Adrian Gonzalez' 17-game hitting streak came to an end as the Padres first baseman went 0-for-3. It appeared that Gonzalez would get a chance to extend the streak in the ninth, but he was walked intentionally. ... Olsen is 4-1 on the road and 1-2 at home. His strikeout total was one off his career high set May 13th at Pittsburgh.

 
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Players of the Game
Florida

S. Olsen
IP 7.0
H 2
ER 1
BB 1
K 8
San Diego

C. Hensley
IP 7.2
H 2
ER 2
BB 4
K 1
 

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Florida Marlins
Alfredo Amezaga, SS3110000
Dan Uggla, 2B4010001
Mike Jacobs, 1B4011010
Miguel Cabrera, 3B3000101
Cody Ross, LF2000110
Jeremy Hermida, RF3000011
Reggie Abercrombie, CF4000003
Matt Treanor, C2000101
Scott Olsen, P2000002
   a- Hanley Ramirez, PH0100100
    Logan Kensing, P0000000
    Taylor Tankersley, P0000000
    Carlos Martinez, P0000000
    Joe Borowski, P0000000
Totals27231439 
a-walked for Olsen in the 8th
Batting
2B - Alfredo Amezaga (, Hensley)
SH - Alfredo Amezaga (), Cody Ross (), Jeremy Hermida ()
RBI - Mike Jacobs ()
2-OUT RBI - Mike Jacobs ()
Team LOB - 5
Florida Marlins
Scott Olsen (W,-) 7211180
Logan Kensing (H,) 0.1100110
Taylor Tankersley (H,) 0.1000000
Carlos Martinez (H,) 0.1000010
Joe Borowski (S,) 1100100
IBB - Gonzalez by Joe Borowski
WP - Scott Olsen ()
Pitches-Strikes - Scott Olsen 91-64, Logan Kensing 18-11, Taylor Tankersley 2-1, Carlos Martinez 6-3, Joe Borowski 23-12
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Scott Olsen 9-4, Joe Borowski 2-1
Batters Faced - Scott Olsen 24, Logan Kensing 3, Taylor Tankersley 1, Carlos Martinez 1, Joe Borowski 5
San Diego Padres
Dave Roberts, LF3000021
   a- Josh Bard, PH1000002
    Brian Sikorski, P0000000
Mike Cameron, CF4110022
Brian Giles, RF4010020
Mike Piazza, C3000000
    Rob Bowen, C0000000
Khalil Greene, SS3000101
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B3000111
Vinny Castilla, 3B3010000
    Eric Young, PR-LF1000002
Josh Barfield, 2B3010021
Clay Hensley, P2000011
    Alan Embree, P0000000
   b- Mark Bellhorn, PH-3B0000100
Totals3014031011 
a-flied out for Roberts in the 8th
b-walked for Embree in the 8th
Batting
2B - Vinny Castilla (, Kensing)
3B - Mike Cameron (, Olsen)
SH - Rob Bowen ()
Team LOB - 6
Fielding
DP - Greene-Barfield-Gonzalez, Castilla-Barfield-Gonzalez
E - Clay Hensley (, Wild throw)
San Diego Padres
Clay Hensley (L,-) 7.2222410
Alan Embree 0.1100000
Brian Sikorski 1000020
IBB - Treanor by Clay Hensley
Pitches-Strikes - Clay Hensley 95-54, Alan Embree 4-4, Brian Sikorski 13-9
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Clay Hensley 15-7
Batters Faced - Clay Hensley 29, Alan Embree 2, Brian Sikorski 3
Game Information
Attendance - 31567
Game Time - 2:42
Temperature - 66
Umpires - Home - Larry Poncino, First Base - Bruce Dreckman, Second Base - Tom Hallion, Third Base - Gary Darling