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Mariners @ Orioles
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards
16-11, 4.14 ERA, 139 SO
Gonzales added to his career-high mark in wins Tuesday in Pittsburgh, punching his 16th with seven scoreless innings against the Pirates. He also notched his first hit with Seattle, a double. Gonzales is tied for fifth in the Major Leagues in wins on the mound.
10-11, 3.65 ERA, 112 SO
This will be the penultimate start of the season for Means, who emerged into the American League's top rookie pitcher in 2019. He leads the Orioles in wins, ERA, quality starts and WAR.
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Blue Jays @ Yankees
At Yankee Stadium
5-9, 4.93 ERA, 138 SO
Thornton will look to keep one of the best stretches of his rookie campaign going in the Big Apple. The righty -- who pitched behind an opener in his last outing -- has allowed just four runs (two earned) and seven hits over his past three outings, a span of 14 2/3 innings.
0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 SO
Severino appeared sharp in his first start of the year, tossing four scoreless innings against the Angels on Tuesday. He scattered two hits while walking two and striking out four in a 67-pitch effort.
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Mets @ Reds
At Great American Ball Park
9-13, 3.21 ERA, 149 SO
Stroman delivered his longest and best outing as a Met last time out, blanking the Rockies over seven innings. He said he “figured something out” with his cut fastball during that start, throwing a career-high 42 of them as a result.
11-12, 4.41 ERA, 245 SO
Bauer had his best outing as a member of the Reds in his previous start against the D-backs, striking out nine and allowing one run over eight innings. The right-hander is 1-0 with a 3.26 ERA in three September starts.
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Nationals @ Marlins
At Marlins Park
1-1, 3.58 ERA, 36 SO
Voth has quietly been one of the Nationals’ most pleasant surprises this season, emerging as their fifth starter. Since coming back from the IL, he’s given up three earned runs in 12 innings (2.25 ERA) with 16 strikeouts and four walks.
5-8, 4.94 ERA, 91 SO
Lopez has enjoyed much more success at home than on the road. At Marlins Park, the 23-year-old is 3-3 with a 3.22 ERA in 10 starts. But on the road, the right-hander is 2-5 with a 7.27 ERA. In three September starts, he is 0-1 and has a 5.19 ERA.
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Red Sox @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
TV: NESN, Fox Sports Sun
1-0, 6.19 ERA, 61 SO
The Red Sox would love to see Eovaldi settle into a rhythm for his final two starts of the season. The righty has been inconsistent since moving back to the rotation in August. Eovaldi started last season for the Rays, going 3-4 with a 4.26 ERA before being traded to Boston.
11-4, 3.78 ERA, 112 SO
Yarbrough allowed six runs on 10 hits in his last start against the Angels, but has a 3.09 ERA in 12 outings since the All-Star break.
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White Sox @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
9-14, 5.44 ERA, 157 SO
Lopez promised to be an improved pitcher in 2020, but he still has two more chances in '19 to begin moving in that direction. He has an ERA above 5.00 in every month except July during this season.
8-11, 4.54 ERA, 228 SO
After dealing with a family matter in his native Seattle, Boyd is expected to rejoin the rotation for his final home start of 2019. Boyd has a 5.58 ERA in the second half.
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Giants @ Braves
At SunTrust Park
1-2, 6.51 ERA, 25 SO
Webb is coming off a no-decision after allowing three runs over five innings on Tuesday against the Red Sox. He has a 7.79 ERA on the road this season, compared to a 4.35 ERA at home.
8-6, 3.63 ERA, 83 SO
Keuchel had allowed four runs over a 40-inning stretch before allowing five runs in the fourth inning of Tuesday's loss to the Phillies.
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Pirates @ Brewers
At Miller Park
7-7, 5.59 ERA, 102 SO
Williams appeared to be back on track with three straight quality starts from Aug. 24-Sept. 4, but he’s given up 11 runs in only eight innings over his past two outings. He recorded only seven outs in a loss at Wrigley Field on Sept. 15.
11-3, 3.69 ERA, 140 SO
Just like Tuesday against the Padres, it will be Woodruff at the start and Gio Gonzalez to follow. Woodruff threw two hitless innings on 37 pitches last time, and the idea is to stretch him out a bit beyond that.
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Angels @ Astros
At Minute Maid Park
TV: FS-W, ATT SportsNet-SW
0-0, 1.84 ERA, 10 SO
On Tuesday, Los Angeles received a solid relief outing from Rodríguez, who pitched three shutout innings against the Yankees and struck out two batters, lowering his ERA to 1.84. It helps that Rodríguez has more confidence in his changeup.
19-6, 2.50 ERA, 283 SO
Verlander enters his second-to-last start of the season chasing some big milestones. He's looking to win 20 games for the second time in his career, is 11 strikeouts shy of 3,000 for his career and needs 17 to reach 300 strikeouts for first time.
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Royals @ Twins
At Target Field
4-8, 5.93 ERA, 106 SO
López has begun to display consistency, recording a 3.27 ERA in his last four starts. The 26-year-old is coming off an effort in which he blanked Oakland for six innings on two hits before faltering in the seventh.
10-7, 4.92 ERA, 129 SO
Perez will try to get back on the winning side after a pair of tough outings. He's allowed eight runs over 9 2/3 innings in his past two starts. Perez also has a 7.02 ERA in three starts against the Royals this season.
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Cardinals @ Cubs
At Wrigley Field
TV: NBCSCH, FS-M, TBS, TBS (out-of-market only)
9-14, 4.29 ERA, 140 SO
Mikolas allowed three runs across eight hits in the Cardinals' loss to the Nationals on Tuesday. He hasn't won against the Cubs this year in three starts, but he has a 2.16 ERA in 16 2/3 innings pitched against Chicago.
6-7, 4.02 ERA, 217 SO
Darvish set a single-game club record on Tuesday with eight straight strikeouts against the Reds. The righty fanned 13 overall in seven innings but allowed four runs. He has 27 strikeouts in 13 innings over his last two outings.
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Rangers @ Athletics
At Oakland Coliseum
14-11, 3.77 ERA, 224 SO
Lynn has thrown at least 100 pitches in 29 of 31 starts, most in MLB this season. The Rangers’ single-season record is 30 by Nolan Ryan in 1989. Lynn has done it 22 starts in a row -- MLB's second-longest streak since the start of the 2015 season.
10-8, 4.12 ERA, 152 SO
A high pitch count early on led to Roark's shortest outing with the A's in a 6-5 loss to the Royals on Monday. He faced the Rangers on June 15 as a member of the Reds, allowing four runs (two earned) over seven innings.
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Rockies @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
TV: ATT SportsNet-RM, SportsNet LA, SNLA Spanish
10-10, 6.83 ERA, 66 SO
Despite his struggles, Senzatela has seen his offspeed pitches improve. He can steal a strike with his slider, and he has increased the frequency of his curveball.
12-5, 2.35 ERA, 148 SO
After three consecutive losses, Ryu got back on track with seven scoreless innings against the Mets in New York last time out, allowing only two hits. He still hasn't notched a win since Aug. 11, but his last outing was an encouraging one.
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D-backs @ Padres
At Petco Park
TV: FS-A, FSSD, FOX Deportes San Diego
12-8, 4.20 ERA, 215 SO
Ray appears to have recovered from a blister issue that caused him to leave a start early and then limited him to just two-thirds of an inning against the Mets. Last time out he showed no ill effects and allowed just one run over six innings.
0-1, 7.36 ERA, 5 SO
The Padres are expecting Richards to anchor a contending rotation in 2020, but for now they're just trying to send the veteran right-hander into the offseason on a high note. Richards allowed three runs over 3 2/3 innings Monday at Milwaukee in his first appearance since undergoing Tommy John surgery in July 2018.
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Phillies @ Indians
At Progressive Field
7-7, 4.89 ERA, 121 SO
Velasquez allowed two runs in the first inning Tuesday against the Braves, but he settled and pitched four more scoreless innings in a win. Velasquez has potential, but for the moment, he is a five-inning starter with stuff. The Phillies will take it.
7-4, 4.34 ERA, 72 SO
Plutko helped the Indians stay in the AL Wild Card hunt after the team lost its final series against the Twins last weekend. On Tuesday, the righty gave up two runs on four hits in six innings against the Tigers in a victory.
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