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Rockies @ Nationals
At Nationals Park
TV: MASN, ATT SportsNet-RM
2-1, 5.85 ERA, 29 SO
In his last start, Lambert looked more in control than he did in his previous outing. He held the Giants to two runs and six hits, with three strikeouts, in six innings.
12-4, 3.39 ERA, 158 SO
Although his last start made waves for his hitting (and dancing) ability, Strasburg is also in the midst of a five-game winning streak on the mound, tied for the second longest of his career, behind a six-game win streak from May 20-June 20, 2012.
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Cardinals @ Pirates
At PNC Park
TV: FS-M, ATT SportsNet-PIT
9-4, 3.66 ERA, 80 SO
Hudson worked his way out of traffic on the bases Thursday against the Reds en route to his team-leading ninth win of the season. He limited the Reds' damage to three runs in his five innings, walking two and striking out three.
3-6, 5.46 ERA, 111 SO
Archer has pitched better since the All-Star break, racking up 18 strikeouts with only four walks in 12 innings over a pair of quality starts, but he'll be looking for his first win since June 6 as he faces the Cardinals for the second time in a row.
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Indians @ Blue Jays
At Rogers Centre
TV: YouTube
9-7, 3.53 ERA, 177 SO
After his previous outing, Bauer said it was the maddest he'd been in two months. He gave up three runs on two homers, explaining that his frustration was about not being able to keep the ball in the park against the Tigers, as the right-hander logged 6 2/3 frames with 10 strikeouts.
3-14, 6.06 ERA, 89 SO
Sanchez continues to search for his old form, but there haven’t been many answers in 2019. The right-hander allowed four runs in five innings his last time out against the Red Sox, but he did manage to limit his walk total to one, which was a season low.
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Red Sox @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
TV: NESN, Fox Sports Sun
4-9, 4.04 ERA, 181 SO
Sale dazzled his last time out, whiffing 12 and allowing just two hits across six scoreless innings. His one other start against Tampa Bay this year was a seven-inning, four-run (two earned) effort in a 5-2 loss on April 28.
8-5, 3.31 ERA, 102 SO
In his three starts in July, Chirinos has gone 1-1 with a 4.26 ERA, which would be his highest ERA in any month this season. He has allowed three home runs over 19 innings this month.
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Phillies @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
8-2, 3.68 ERA, 141 SO
Nola has been the surest Phillie arm the past two months, even with his four-run outing on Thursday. That start was just the second this season in which he allowed three home runs. Nola has been K-heavy recently, with 48 in his past 40 2/3 innings.
6-8, 4.17 ERA, 165 SO
A week from the Trade Deadline, Boyd makes what could be his last home start as a member of the Tigers against one of the contenders that could use him in the Phillies. He has given up at least four runs in each of his last six outings despite 55 strikeouts in 35 1/3 innings.
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Padres @ Mets
At Citi Field
6-4, 2.65 ERA, 99 SO
Paddack is making his first start since he nearly no-hit the Marlins. Paddack went seven no-hit innings before Starlin Castro's leadoff homer in the eighth. Paddack finished the game going 7 2/3 innings, allowing just one run and striking out eight.
4-5, 3.96 ERA, 76 SO
Scouts showing interest in Vargas prior to the Trade Deadline know what he is at this point. The veteran left-hander has pitched somewhere between four and seven innings in 14 of his 16 starts, allowing one to four runs in all but two of them.
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Royals @ Braves
At SunTrust Park
4-5, 4.40 ERA, 75 SO
Duffy was solid in his last start on Wednesday, a 7-5 win over the White Sox. He gave up just six hits and two earned runs over six innings to go with no walks and five strikeouts.
3-3, 3.38 ERA, 32 SO
Before stumbling during the three-run sixth inning of Wednesday's loss in Milwaukee, Keuchel had completed at least seven innings in three consecutive starts. He has allowed one earned run over his past 19 innings against the Royals.
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Athletics @ Astros
At Minute Maid Park
TV: NBCSCA, ATT SportsNet-SW, MLBN (out-of-market only)
9-3, 3.73 ERA, 79 SO
Fiers was denied a win Thursday against the Twins after the bullpen was unable to hold a lead, but the right-hander remains hot with the second-lowest ERA (2.44) among AL starters since April 26. He is 1-2 with a 6.15 ERA in five career starts against the Astros.
8-4, 3.19 ERA, 98 SO
The steady lefty is 3-1 with a 2.97 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in his last seven starts. He has thrown at least five innings in all but two starts. He held the A’s scoreless in 5 2/3 innings April 6 at Houston in his only start against them this year.
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Reds @ Brewers
At Miller Park
5-6, 3.89 ERA, 103 SO
This will mark the fourth time that Roark has faced the Brewers this season. In his previous three starts, he has gone 1-0 with a 4.24 ERA. Over 17 innings, he has allowed four homers and four walks, but has recorded 18 strikeouts.
8-2, 3.06 ERA, 71 SO
After a rough stretch in June, Davies has gotten back on track over his last four outings, posting a 0.77 ERA in 23 1/3 innings, including seven innings of one-run ball last time out. The right-hander owns a 4.02 ERA in 12 career starts vs. the Reds.
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Yankees @ Twins
At Target Field
TV: YES, FSNO, MLBN (out-of-market only)
12-2, 3.32 ERA, 97 SO
Germán will attempt to become the first Yankees pitcher to record 13 wins this year. He has won three straight starts since coming back from the injured list, giving up just three runs and striking out 18 batters in 18 innings pitched.
9-4, 4.11 ERA, 109 SO
Gibson allowed a two-run homer on a well-executed pitch Thursday against the A’s but was otherwise strong for seven innings, striking out seven without a walk. He allowed five runs at Yankee Stadium earlier this year, though three were unearned.
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Marlins @ White Sox
At Guaranteed Rate Field
5-4, 3.36 ERA, 104 SO
This will be Smith's first time facing the White Sox. In each of his first two post-break starts, the left-hander allowed just two runs. The Marlins have won his last three outings.
1-5, 5.44 ERA, 28 SO
Covey returns to the rotation to face the Marlins after a pair of relief outings against Kansas City, when he limited the Royals to one run each time. The right-hander is 1-0 with a 2.20 ERA through three home starts this season.
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Orioles @ D-backs
At Chase Field
4-11, 5.28 ERA, 97 SO
Bundy returns to the bump after spending 10 days on the injured list with right knee tendinitis. He'll look to rebound after struggling mightily last time out, when he allowed seven runs in one inning to Tampa Bay. Bundy is 4-11 with a 5.28 ERA overall.
7-9, 3.77 ERA, 92 SO
Kelly was outstanding in his last start against the Brewers and deserved better than a no-decision. Kelly allowed just one run on three hits over seven innings. This is his first Major League season after spending four years pitching in Korea.
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Cubs @ Giants
At Oracle Park
3-4, 4.46 ERA, 126 SO
Darvish picked up his first career win at Wrigley Field on Wednesday after tossing six shutout innings against the Reds. He struck out seven, walked none and scattered two hits. Darvish has a 3.83 ERA in nine road starts in 2019.
5-7, 3.65 ERA, 127 SO
Given the proximity of the Giants' next road trip and the July 31 Trade Deadline, this could be Bumgarner's last start, home or away, in a Giants uniform. He owns a 57-40 record with a 2.74 ERA in 133 starts at Oracle Park.
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Rangers @ Mariners
At T-Mobile Park
1-1, 4.66 ERA, 32 SO
After Martin, Pedro Payano will pitch the bulk of the innings against the Mariners. This will be Payano’s second Major League appearance. He threw a scoreless inning against the Twins on July 6.
1-4, 3.95 ERA, 51 SO
Milone gets his first start since June 22, as the Mariners used an opener in front of him his previous four outings. The last time the lefty took the hill, he allowed five runs on five hits in 4 1/3 innings in Oakland.
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Angels @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
TV: FS-W, SportsNet LA, SNLA Spanish
0-1, 3.33 ERA, 25 SO
After Cole opens, Felix Pena will take over. Pena struggled last time out, allowing eight runs over 4 2/3 innings in a loss to the Astros. It came after he threw seven no-hit innings against Seattle on July 12. He has a 7.00 ERA in his last eight outings.
7-6, 3.71 ERA, 106 SO
Maeda's last start was cut short after two hitless innings due to a two-hour, 37-minute rain delay on Wednesday vs. the Phillies. The right-hander has a 3.20 ERA over his last 12 starts, though he allowed five runs in 4 1/3 frames vs. the Angels on June 11.
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