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Padres @ Nationals
At Nationals Park
0-2, 3.05 ERA, 13 SO
There were questions as to whether Strahm could handle a transition to the rotation. Those questions aren't so persistent anymore. Strahm worked eight innings of one-run ball against Cincinnati on Friday -- easily the longest outing of his career.
1-3, 4.45 ERA, 44 SO
Scherzer tweaked his left intercostal muscle getting out of the way of a foul ball in the dugout in Miami last weekend, but he is on track to start against the Padres. In his last start, he was hit hard for seven runs (six earned) on 11 hits against Miami.
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Marlins @ Phillies
At Citizens Bank Park
1-3, 5.74 ERA, 21 SO
After a sluggish first few outings, Urena has picked things up in his last two starts, allowing three runs in 13 innings (2.08 ERA) with 11 strikeouts and one walk. On April 14 vs. the Phillies, he gave up one run in seven innings with seven K's.
0-1, 3.60 ERA, 14 SO
Eickhoff's season debut in the Phillies' rotation Sunday in Colorado went relatively well. He allowed one run in his first five innings before struggling with his command and allowing three runs in the sixth. Still, he competed.
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Athletics @ Blue Jays
At Rogers Centre
TV: SNET, NBCSCA, MLBN (out-of-market only)
2-2, 8.28 ERA, 20 SO
Fiers will face the Blue Jays again after a rough outing against them last week in Oakland, where he allowed six runs over 3 1/3 innings. The right-hander is looking to get back on track as he has allowed six runs in each of his last three starts.
1-3, 1.76 ERA, 29 SO
Stroman has surrendered three earned runs or fewer in all five of his starts this season. He picked up his first win of the year in his last start, allowing just one earned run over eight-plus innings in Oakland. This will be the rematch.
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Rays @ Red Sox
At Fenway Park
TV: Fox Sports Sun, NESN
2-0, 3.38 ERA, 34 SO
Morton will be making his second consecutive start against the Red Sox. The right-hander allowed five runs over six innings on Saturday in the no-decision.
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Brewers @ Mets
At Citi Field
TV: SNY, FSWI, MLBN (out-of-market only)
2-0, 3.00 ERA, 18 SO
Coming off five scoreless innings in a spot start against the Dodgers on Saturday, Chase Anderson gets another shot against the Mets. Anderson said he was driven by being left off Milwaukee's postseason roster last year and sent to the bullpen to begin 2019.
2-2, 3.68 ERA, 36 SO
The Mets expect deGrom to return from the injured list on Friday after missing his previous start due to a sore right elbow. In the Mets’ estimation, the arm issue stemmed from a bout of strep throat that altered deGrom's regular throwing routine.
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Rockies @ Braves
At SunTrust Park
TV: FSSO, ATT SportsNet-RM
1-1, 3.55 ERA, 7 SO
Senzatela ran a high pitch count in his last start, but just one pitch -- a breaking ball for Phil Gosselin's three-run double -- cemented a home loss to the Phillies. He is 3-1 with a 1.77 ERA in his last six road starts.
3-0, 1.38 ERA, 18 SO
Fried has been one of baseball's top early-season surprises. The lefty has increased the velocity of his four-seam fastball and has routinely fooled hitters with his big curveball. He's worked at least six innings in each of his first four starts.
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Orioles @ Twins
At Target Field
0-1, 11.88 ERA, 6 SO
Injuries to his groin and back have prevented Cobb from getting into a rhythm yet in 2019, and last time out he matched a career high with nine earned runs. That outing also came against the Twins.
2-0, 5.31 ERA, 19 SO
Perez's last start also came against the Orioles, when he pitched the nightcap of a doubleheader and earned his first Twins win as a starter, allowing four runs on six hits in six innings. He has completed six innings in both of his 2019 starts.
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Tigers @ White Sox
At Guaranteed Rate Field
1-0, 2.70 ERA, 10 SO
Norris gets a rematch against the White Sox after tossing five scoreless innings against them on Sunday for his first win since Sept. 28, 2017. He struck out six, retired 11 of his final 12 batters and looked in control all day.
3-2, 2.89 ERA, 35 SO
Rodon again sees the Tigers after allowing a run in six innings of a 7-3 victory exactly a week ago. It will be his 20th career start following six or more days' rest. He's 6-9 in his previous 19, and his 3.46 ERA in those starts is about a half-point lower than his overall career mark.
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Indians @ Astros
At Minute Maid Park
TV: SportsTime Ohio, ATT SportsNet-SW
2-2, 5.88 ERA, 29 SO
Kluber's start last Friday was pushed to Saturday after rain postponed Cleveland’s series opener against the Braves. The Tribe's ace took the mound in Game 1 of the doubleheader, allowing four runs on five hits with eight strikeouts in seven innings.
3-2, 4.78 ERA, 28 SO
McHugh is coming off the worst start of his career on Sunday at Texas, where he allowed a career-high 10 runs (nine earned) in 3 1/3 innings. McHugh had been terrific prior to that outing, going 3-0 with a 1.96 ERA in his first four starts.
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Angels @ Royals
At Kauffman Stadium
1-2, 4.20 ERA, 14 SO
Skaggs will be activated from the injured list after missing two weeks with a left ankle sprain to start against the Royals. It'll be his first night start of the season after pitching in three day games.
0-0, -.-- ERA, 0 SO
Duffy will make his first start of the season after rehabbing from shoulder tightness that began at the start of Spring Training. Duffy made one rehab start for Double-A Northwest Arkansas and threw five innings, giving up one unearned run off four hits while striking out seven.
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Reds @ Cardinals
At Busch Stadium
0-1, 5.59 ERA, 22 SO
DeSclafani is coming off his best and longest outing of 2019 -- six innings, one run, two hits, one walk and six strikeouts at San Diego on Friday. DeSclafani was particularly effective with his fastball, which sat at 94 mph throughout the stint.
2-1, 4.97 ERA, 15 SO
Mikolas became the team's first starting pitcher to record an out past the sixth inning this season, going eight innings in a 10-2 win against the Mets on Saturday. Mikolas is 2-0 with a 3.60 ERA in six career appearances against the Reds.
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Cubs @ D-backs
At Chase Field
1-3, 3.54 ERA, 21 SO
Hendricks is coming off of his best start of the season and faces the same D-backs lineup he shut down last Friday. Hendricks threw seven shutout innings, allowing just three hits and striking out a season-high 11.
0-1, 3.95 ERA, 30 SO
Ray had his first quality start of the year Sunday against the Cubs, allowing just one run over six innings. After walking 10 batters in his first two starts, he's cleaned up his command, issuing just one walk in two of his past three outings.
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Rangers @ Mariners
At T-Mobile Park
1-1, 7.63 ERA, 6 SO
In defeating Houston last Friday, Miller picked up his first Major League victory since April 18, 2017, when he topped San Diego as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks. It's been a long road for Miller, who has endured serious right elbow injuries to get back to the bigs.
1-1, 4.68 ERA, 23 SO
Kikuchi will pitch only an inning or so as the Mariners limit his workload in his first Major League season. The team plans to use Kikuchi as an “opener” about once a month throughout the season.
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Pirates @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
TV: SportsNet LA, ATT SportsNet-PIT, SNLA Spanish
1-1, 2.74 ERA, 26 SO
Archer made one mistake, a fastball that Buster Posey hit for a three-run homer, and paid for it in a 3-2 loss to the Giants on Sunday. Pitching on seven days' rest, the righty said his stuff was not sharp. He'll be on regular rest vs. the Dodgers.
2-1, 3.10 ERA, 23 SO
Ryu made a solid return from the injured list Saturday in Milwaukee. No shame in the two runs he allowed, both home runs by Christian Yelich. Ryu gets an extra day of rest for this start. He's pitching at home, where he's been nearly unbeatable.
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Yankees @ Giants
At Oracle Park
TV: YES, NBC Bay Area
2-2, 3.10 ERA, 43 SO
Paxton has been magnificent in successive starts, recording 12 strikeouts without allowing a run against both the Red Sox and Royals. David Cone (1998) is the only other Yankee to have back-to-back games of 12 or more strikeouts.
1-3, 3.66 ERA, 30 SO
Bumgarner will make his sixth start of the season to open the three-game series against the Yankees, marking only his second career appearance against the AL East squad. The 29-year-old southpaw has gone at least six innings in every start this year but has received just 10 total runs of support.
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