JJ looks to get back in win column
MIAMI — In his last start, Josh Johnson was one pitch away from collecting his first victory. Instead, he ended up with a no-decision at Houston in a game the Marlins eventually won in extra innings.
Johnson gave up two runs in seven innings.
On Tuesday night, the right-hander seeks his first win since April 19, 2011. That win was against the Pirates, the same team he beat last April.
The Marlins on Tuesday seek to gain a two-game split with Pittsburgh at Marlins Park. It’s the finale of a five-game homestand.
Kevin Correia gets the start for the Pirates.
Due to a conflict with the NBA playoffs, the Marlins game tonight will air on Majic 102.7 FM, and not 790 The Ticket.
1) Reyes, SS
2) Infante, 2B
3) Ramirez, 3B
4) Morrison, LF
5) Stanton, RF
6) Dobbs, 1B
7) Bonifacio, CF
8) Buck, C
9) Johnson, P
– Joe Frisaro