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Marlins @ Mets
At Citi Field
RHP
0-1, 10.80 ERA, 3 SO
The Marlins turn to Dugger to start Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader. The 24-year-old, who owns a lifetime 3.83 ERA in the Minors (5.33 ERA in 2019), is set to make his MLB debut and will become the ninth pitcher to start for Miami this season.
RHP
7-7, 2.77 ERA, 182 SO
deGrom will need to pitch near-perfect down the stretch for a shot at a second NL Cy Young Award, including his Game 1 start against the Marlins. He has posted a 1.97 ERA since June 1.
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Marlins @ Mets
At Citi Field
Makeup of 5/12 PPD
RHP
4-10, 4.50 ERA, 93 SO
After making the National League All-Star team, Alcantara has recorded a 7.89 ERA over four second-half outings. The 23-year-old is 1-2 with a 3.48 ERA in three starts against the Mets this season.
RHP
1-1, 7.79 ERA, 13 SO
Lockett is expected to be recalled to start Game 2 of the twin bill against the Marlins. It will be his first start for the Mets since July 20, and he has gone 1-1 with a 7.82 ERA over three starts with the big league club.
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Yankees @ Orioles
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards
RHP
7-6, 4.93 ERA, 110 SO
Tanaka has been tinkering with the grip on his splitter, which helped him generate more swings and misses in his last start, a four-inning no-decision vs. the D-backs. He is 1-0 with a 1.54 ERA in two starts against the Orioles this season.
RHP
1-6, 5.57 ERA, 47 SO
Ynoa gets his first start since late June, in what will be a bullpen game for the Orioles, with their rotation still temporarily shorthanded with John Means on the injured list. Ynoa has posted a 1.26 ERA over his past six appearances, all of those coming in relief.
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Brewers @ Pirates
At PNC Park
RHP
7-7, 4.97 ERA, 95 SO
Lyles will pitch under odd circumstances again. In Oakland, he pitched five strong innings on the same day he joined the Brewers via trade. Now he'll make his second start for Milwaukee against Pittsburgh, the team that traded him.
RHP
2-3, 4.29 ERA, 19 SO
After a great start, Agrazal has struggled in his last two outings. He gave up three runs on six hits (including two home runs) in an abbreviated, 3 2/3-inning outing Wednesday in Cincinnati. He held Milwaukee to two runs in six innings on July 6.
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Blue Jays @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
RHP
3-1, 4.00 ERA, 28 SO
Waguespack will get the series opener against the Rays, facing Tampa Bay for the third time this season among just seven appearances in the Majors. The 25-year-old right-hander allowed six runs (five earned) on nine hits with nine strikeouts over nine innings in his last two outings against the AL East rivals.
RHP
12-4, 2.77 ERA, 174 SO
In 10 starts at Tropicana Field this season, Morton is 6-1 with a 2.77 ERA over 61 2/3 innings.
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Angels @ Reds
At Great American Ball Park
RHP
1-3, 5.14 ERA, 35 SO
The Angels will open with Cole, then lefty Patrick Sandoval will make his Major League debut against the Reds on Monday. Sandoval posted a 6.41 ERA in 15 starts at Triple-A Salt Lake following his promotion from Double-A earlier this season.
RHP
11-4, 2.63 ERA, 164 SO
Castillo, making his first career start against the Angels, ranks in the top 10 of National League pitchers in ERA, wins, strikeouts, winning percentage and opponents’ batting average. The righty is looking to build on seven-plus innings of one-run, seven-strikeout ball against Pittsburgh.
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Royals @ Red Sox
At Fenway Park
LHP
1-5, 6.02 ERA, 30 SO
Montgomery worked 4 1/3 innings on Tuesday in a loss to the Blue Jays, giving up seven hits and four runs with four strikeouts. Montgomery continues to be on a pitch count (he threw 78 in his last start), but he should be able to go 90-100 this time out.
RHP
10-8, 5.54 ERA, 104 SO
Porcello is trying to rebound from what has been one of the worst seasons of his career to date. The righty has given up six runs in four of his last six starts. Lifetime against the Royals, he is 9-8 with a 4.66 ERA in 23 starts.
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Rangers @ Indians
At Progressive Field
LHP
10-6, 3.06 ERA, 148 SO
Minor is 1-2 with a 6.65 ERA in his past four starts. He allowed one run in eight innings in a 4-2 win over the Indians on June 20. He has a career 0.55 ERA against Cleveland in seven games. He has made 11 starts on the road and is 4-4 with a 3.24 ERA.
RHP
1-1, 0.75 ERA, 13 SO
Civale gets the call to fill the rotation spot departed by Danny Salazar (groin strain). Civale will have the chance to build off his impressive June 22 debut, when he pitched six scoreless innings against the Tigers.
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White Sox @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
RHP
12-5, 3.44 ERA, 158 SO
Giolito bounced back from his worst start of the season by allowing just one run over seven innings Wednesday vs. the Mets. That came on the heels of his July 25 outing in which he allowed seven runs on seven hits, including four homers, vs. the Twins.
RHP
3-9, 3.72 ERA, 95 SO
Expect Turnbull to be limited to around 75 pitches in his return from the injured list, having been shelved since July 18 with an upper back strain. He tossed 3 2/3 scoreless innings, giving up just one hit in a rehab start for Triple-A Toledo last Tuesday, while striking out seven.
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Athletics @ Cubs
At Wrigley Field
RHP
7-5, 3.80 ERA, 101 SO
Bassitt has thrived since the All-Star break, posting a 2-1 record with a 2.35 ERA and a .202 opponents' batting average in four starts. Left-handed batters are hitting .187 off him this season, which ranks fourth among American Leaguers with at least 100 innings pitched.
RHP
8-8, 3.06 ERA, 112 SO
Hendricks logged seven shutout innings in a win over the Cardinals on Wednesday, giving him a 2.25 ERA with 32 strikeouts vs. nine walks in 32 innings in July. The righty has gone 4-2 with a 1.89 ERA in nine home starts this year.
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Braves @ Twins
At Target Field
RHP
10-2, 2.45 ERA, 97 SO
Soroka revived his National League Cy Young Award candidacy by limiting the Nationals to three hits and one run over seven innings on Wednesday. Opponents had hit .340 and produced a .380 on-base percentage during his previous four July starts.
RHP
12-5, 3.61 ERA, 120 SO
Odorizzi was originally scheduled to pitch Sunday but was moved back a day when Devin Smeltzer was recalled from Triple-A to start instead. Odorizzi allowed a season-high nine runs two starts ago but bounced back with 5 2/3 frames of one-run ball in his last outing on Tuesday.
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Phillies @ D-backs
At Chase Field
RHP
4-6, 4.23 ERA, 88 SO
Velasquez keeps teasing the Phillies. He has allowed just two runs in 10 2/3 innings in his last two starts, striking out 15 and walking five, but he continues to have trouble pitching deep into games.
RHP
7-12, 4.52 ERA, 104 SO
Kelly has struggled in his last two starts, allowing seven runs in each. He lasted just 2 1/3 innings against the Orioles on July 23, while he managed to get through six last time out against the Marlins.
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Nationals @ Giants
At Oracle Park
RHP
2-2, 4.20 ERA, 32 SO
Fedde looks to bounce back after allowing nine runs on nine hits and four walks in 3 2/3 innings in a loss to the Braves last time out. This will be the right-hander's first career start against the Giants.
RHP
8-9, 3.70 ERA, 110 SO
Samardzija has been brilliant over six July starts, posting a 2.09 ERA with 35 strikeouts and seven walks. In his last start against the Nationals, he gave up four runs over five innings, walking two and striking out seven in a 9-6 Giants loss at Nationals Park on April 17.
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Cardinals @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
RHP
6-5, 5.54 ERA, 72 SO
Wacha will rejoin the rotation after his second stint in the bullpen this season. He pitched 4 2/3 innings, relieving Daniel Ponce de Leon, in the Cardinals' loss to the Astros on July 27, allowing one run and striking out five.
RHP
1-1, 3.21 ERA, 13 SO
Gonsolin was recalled to take the start of the injured Hyun-Jin Ryu in the beginning of a two-month tryout for a spot on the postseason staff. His only MLB start lasted four innings in Arizona, but last week he had a four-inning save in Coors Field.
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