The Marlins have been all over the place this year. Just when you think they’ve got something figured out, they can’t a run. They put up 14 runs in a blowout then 12 runs the next day and still somehow lose. But the shining star has been Pablo Lopez. His changeup is damn near unhittable, and he’s not afraid to use it. Over 59 innings he’s got 1.8 ERA and 61 strikeouts. He’s also faced San Francisco before and mowed them down, allowing only 3 hits and 1 run over 5 innings. The Marlins only need minimal run support when Lopez is on the mound and they should be able to get it today against Webb.