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Angels @ Twins
At Target Field
RHP
2-4, 6.95 ERA, 33 SO
Allowed two runs in six innings against the Orioles on Friday. He had given up four or more earned runs in each of his past four starts. He is 1-3 with a 5.26 ERA in eight games -- six career starts -- against the Twins.
RHP
6-2, 2.63 ERA, 46 SO
Odorizzi has won his last five starts and is riding a 20-inning scoreless streak that has lowered his ERA to 2.32, the second-lowest mark in the American League. He retired the last 20 hitters he faced in his last start on Friday against Detroit.
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Orioles @ Yankees
At Yankee Stadium
RHP
1-5, 5.58 ERA, 33 SO
Hess waited out a delay of two-plus hours before learning Monday's series opener would not be played. He received no-decisions in his past two starts, back in the rotation in place of the injured Alex Cobb.
LHP
3-3, 4.44 ERA, 37 SO
Happ limited the Mariners to one hit over five scoreless innings in his last outing, striking out seven to pick up the win. His first two starts of the season were against Baltimore, going 0-1 with a 6.48 ERA in those games.
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Orioles @ Yankees
At Yankee Stadium
Makeup of 5/13 PPD
RHP
4-2, 4.10 ERA, 40 SO
Cashner tossed six innings of one-run ball against the Red Sox his last time out. He took the loss at Yankee Stadium on Opening Day, allowing six runs over four innings. He is 2-4 with a 4.01 ERA in eight career starts vs. the Yankees.
RHP
8-1, 2.50 ERA, 52 SO
German claimed his MLB-best seventh win Friday after holding the Rays to three runs over five frames. He's won four straight starts, a career-best win streak. Against the O's, German is 1-0 with a 3.97 ERA in three career appearances (one start).
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Pirates @ D-backs
At Chase Field
RHP
1-3, 5.58 ERA, 34 SO
Archer will rejoin the rotation after missing more than two weeks with right thumb inflammation. The injury played a part in Archer's struggles on April 26, when he allowed six runs in four innings. The Bucs have lost four of his first five starts.
RHP
6-1, 2.78 ERA, 62 SO
Greinke has allowed five total runs over his last five starts, and he threw at least six innings in all of them. He faced the Pirates earlier this year and allowed just two hits in seven shutout innings.
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Blue Jays @ Giants
At Oracle Park
RHP
0-0, 3.60 ERA, 2 SO
Jackson will be added to the roster before this game to make his Blue Jays debut. Toronto will become the 14th big league team Jackson has pitched for, which is a Major League record. Jackson was acquired from Oakland last week for cash.
RHP
0-0, 3.60 ERA, 5 SO
Anderson will be called up from Triple-A Sacramento and make his MLB debut against the Blue Jays. The Giants' top pitching prospect logged a 4.11 ERA over 35 innings in seven Minor League starts this year.
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Cubs @ Reds
At Great American Ball Park
RHP
2-3, 5.14 ERA, 55 SO
Darvish is 2-1 with a 4.42 ERA on the road (four starts), compared to 0-2 with a 6.38 ERA at home (four starts) this year. The righty is 2-0 with a 1.93 ERA in three career outings against Cincinnati.
RHP
0-4, 4.30 ERA, 48 SO
In what the Reds and Gray hope was an anomaly during Wednesday's 5-4 defeat to the A's in 13 innings, Gray issued five walks over only 4 1/3 innings. He had a total of five walks combined in his previous three starts.
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Brewers @ Phillies
At Citizens Bank Park
LHP
2-0, 1.69 ERA, 15 SO
Gonzalez has been the steady hand the Brewers needed to stabilize their rotation. Through three starts, including a win over the Cubs last time out, Gonzalez has a 1.69 ERA. He says he's just happy to be in a big league uniform again.
RHP
4-4, 4.02 ERA, 47 SO
Arrieta will be looking to bounce back from a 5-1 loss against the Royals when he surrendered three home runs, all on elevated pitches. Prior to that start, he had allowed only four homers all season.
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Mets @ Nationals
At Nationals Park
RHP
1-1, 7.08 ERA, 21 SO
Trade acquisition Wilmer Font impressed the Mets enough in his debut that he earned a second start, subbing for injured teammate Steven Matz. Font threw 60 pitches over four innings last time out in San Diego, and could stretch out to 75 in this one.
LHP
4-1, 2.91 ERA, 69 SO
Corbin has already faced the Mets twice this season, his first two starts of the year. In 12 innings vs. New York, Corbin has given up five runs on 13 hits with 13 strikeouts and three walks.
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Rockies @ Red Sox
At Fenway Park
RHP
4-2, 3.80 ERA, 65 SO
Marquez entered this week with a 1.14 WHIP, in the National League's top 30. He has succeeded because the hits generally come on weak contact and he can get a strikeout (59 in 57 2/3 innings) when the situation calls.
LHP
4-2, 4.89 ERA, 56 SO
The lefty took a big step last time out in his goal to be more economical when he threw seven innings for the first time since 2017 in a win over the Mariners. Rodriguez has been stellar at Fenway Park this season, going 3-0 with a 2.59 ERA
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Astros @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
RHP
7-1, 2.38 ERA, 77 SO
Verlander is 5-1 with a 1.79 ERA in his past six starts, striking out 49 batters and allowing only 17 hits in 40 1/3 innings. He had a 0.62 WHIP in that span and allowed one run or fewer in five of his last six starts.
LHP
0-2, 13.50 ERA, 4 SO
Soto, who made his Major League debut with a start in last Saturday’s doubleheader in Minnesota, returns to start on three days’ rest with a chance to stick around. He gave up seven runs in four-plus innings, but showed a lively power fastball.
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Rays @ Marlins
At Marlins Park
RHP
0-1, 2.45 ERA, 22 SO
Stanek has thrived as the team's primary opener, posting a 1.72 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 10 starts this season. The right-hander will be making his 17th appearance of the season.
RHP
1-6, 4.44 ERA, 34 SO
Urena has logged at least six innings in five straight starts, including seven in a no-decision at the Cubs in his last outing. At home, he's 1-3 (5.86 ERA). In his past three seasons, Urena has not allowed a run in 10 innings against the Rays.
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Cardinals @ Braves
At SunTrust Park
RHP
3-1, 4.93 ERA, 39 SO
Don't let Wacha's 3-0 record fool you, as his season has been more up-and-down than it would suggest. He has completed six innings just twice in seven starts and has a 6.32 ERA in three starts since returning from a knee injury.
RHP
4-1, 0.98 ERA, 34 SO
Last time out, Soroka became the first MLB pitcher since earned runs became official in both leagues in 1913 to allow one or fewer earned runs as a starter in eight of his first 10 career games. He faces the Cardinals for the first time.
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Rangers @ Royals
At Kauffman Stadium
LHP
4-3, 2.61 ERA, 56 SO
Minor is 1-2 with a 2.77 ERA in his last four starts after a 4-2 loss to the Astros on Friday. He is 1-2 with a 3.60 ERA in four road starts this season. He had an 8-4 victory over the Royals on May 25 last year, allowing four runs over six innings.
RHP
0-5, 6.29 ERA, 46 SO
Lopez struggled in a 9-0 loss to the Astros on Wednesday. He gave up six hits and six runs in 2 1/3 innings, his shortest outing of the season.
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Padres @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
LHP
1-3, 3.07 ERA, 39 SO
Strahm has adapted well to his starting role, posting a 3.00 ERA over his first seven starts this year. Since surrendering five runs over 2 2/3 innings in his first outing, he has a 1.98 ERA.
RHP
5-2, 3.51 ERA, 52 SO
Maeda comes off his best start of the year, six scoreless innings on one hit against the Nationals. He faced the Padres on May 5 and allowed four runs in six innings, including a homer to Franmil Reyes. He also walked three, and all three scored.
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