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Rangers @ Orioles
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards
LHP
13-8, 3.08 ERA, 183 SO
After posting a 6.05 ERA in his previous three starts, Minor rebounded on Monday vs. the Yankees, pitching 7 1/3 scoreless innings. He'll look to build on that Sunday, bidding to pitch back-to-back scoreless outings for the second time this season.
RHP
2-8, 5.51 ERA, 68 SO
Wojciechowski logged seven strong innings in his last start, but he remains winless since late July. Wojciechowski is 2-7 with a 5.12 ERA in 13 games (12 starts) with the Orioles overall.
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D-backs @ Reds
At Great American Ball Park
RHP
11-10, 4.44 ERA, 115 SO
Leake has pitched well in winning his last two starts. He allowed four runs over 6 1/3 innings in his victory over the Padres on Monday. In his outing in San Francisco on Aug. 27, he gave up two runs in 7 1/3 innings.
RHP
9-8, 4.06 ERA, 150 SO
DeSclafani had a little bit of hard luck in his most recent outing on Sept. 2 vs. the Phillies. He allowed three hits over seven innings, but two of the hits were two-run homers. The righty logged eight strikeouts in an otherwise solidly pitched game.
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Blue Jays @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
RHP
4-4, 4.55 ERA, 48 SO
The rookie righty shut out the Rays on four hits over six innings back on Aug. 5, and is ready to send the Blue Jays home on a high note. Waguespack has a 2.92 ERA in six road starts this season.
RHP
6-1, 2.15 ERA, 60 SO
Glasnow will be making his first start since sustaining a mild forearm strain in his throwing arm on May 10 against the Yankees. Before the injury, the 26-year-old right-hander went 6-1 and led the American League with a 1.86 ERA.
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Phillies @ Mets
At Citi Field
RHP
6-7, 4.95 ERA, 113 SO
Velasquez will pitch for the first time since being pinch-hit for with the bases loaded in the fourth inning Tuesday in Cincinnati, ending his day having allowed one run over three frames and striking out five. He's allowed two runs in 10 innings this season against the Mets.
RHP
10-7, 4.06 ERA, 176 SO
Following a 10-run outing against the Cubs that was, statistically, the worst start of his career, Syndergaard turned his attention to his mechanics. Five days later, he produced seven shutout innings to establish some positive momentum.
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Royals @ Marlins
At Marlins Park
LHP
3-8, 4.77 ERA, 61 SO
Montgomery got a no-decision in the Royals' 6-5 win over the Tigers on Tuesday. He went 5 2/3 innings and gave up six hits and one earned run to go with one walk and five strikeouts.
RHP
5-12, 4.04 ERA, 131 SO
Alcantara has been on an impressive run over the last month. In his previous five starts, he's pitched at least six innings each time and allowed four runs or fewer.
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Nationals @ Braves
At SunTrust Park
RHP
10-5, 2.56 ERA, 216 SO
Scherzer took what he deemed a big step forward with his most recent start against the Mets. Even though he gave up four runs, he struck out seven and walked one in six innings, feeling strong even after throwing 90 pitches.
RHP
11-4, 2.67 ERA, 126 SO
Soroka will attempt to get back on track after allowing two homers for the first time in his career during Monday's start against the Blue Jays. The rookie limited the Nationals to one run in seven innings on July 31.
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Cardinals @ Pirates
At PNC Park
RHP
10-7, 2.99 ERA, 196 SO
Flaherty has been the best pitcher in baseball since the All-Star break. In his past 10 starts, the righty has a 0.85 ERA, including Tuesday's one-hit, eight-inning effort against the Giants, when he walked one and struck out eight.
RHP
0-1, 3.60 ERA, 2 SO
Marvel will be making his MLB debut, an impressive accomplishment for a former 36th-round Draft pick who spent most of the season in Double-A. Marvel finished strong in Triple-A, going 7-0 with a 2.67 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 11 starts for Indianapolis.
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Mariners @ Astros
At Minute Maid Park
RHP
1-6, 6.96 ERA, 47 SO
Hernandez is 0-1 with a 4.61 ERA in three starts since coming off the IL and lasted just three innings in his previous outing, against the Cubs, allowing two runs on two hits with four walks in a 6-1 loss. He's 2-4 with a 5.29 ERA in seven career starts in Houston.
RHP
16-5, 2.73 ERA, 281 SO
Cole has struck out at least 12 batters in each of his last three starts and is the first pitcher in Astros history with at least three 14-strikeout games in a season. He's 11-0 with a 2.03 ERA in his last 17 starts. Houston is 15-2 in those games.
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Cubs @ Brewers
At Miller Park
LHP
12-10, 4.51 ERA, 154 SO
The Cubs moved Lester up to face the Brewers, who have scored one unearned run in 13 2/3 innings against him this year. That includes seven shutout innings on July 27 at Miller Park. He's given up one run over 12 innings in his past two starts.
RHP
6-5, 3.59 ERA, 99 SO
Houser will be making his second career start against the Cubs after losing the first on Aug. 4, when he allowed four runs on nine hits in five innings. He has a 2.75 ERA in 39 1/3 innings at home this year.
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Indians @ Twins
At Target Field
RHP
11-2, 2.72 ERA, 139 SO
The reigning American League Pitcher of the Month got off to a solid start in September, allowing two runs on two hits -- one homer -- with nine strikeouts in seven frames against the White Sox on Tuesday.
RHP
0-1, 1.64 ERA, 9 SO
Dobnak will again slot in at the start of the Twins' pitching plans after he opened Tuesday's game at Fenway Park and faced four batters in a scoreless first inning. Manager Rocco Baldelli said that the Twins will "play it by ear" after Dobnak.
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Angels @ White Sox
At Guaranteed Rate Field
RHP
4-8, 6.14 ERA, 66 SO
Barria has been in the rotation since mid-July and has a 7.12 ERA in eight outings. He gave up five runs (four earned) over four innings against the A's on Tuesday.
RHP
3-7, 6.53 ERA, 68 SO
Cease followed the worst start of his career with one of his best. Tuesday night against the Indians, he struck out a career-high 11 over 6 2/3 innings, making liberal usage of a four-pitch mix.
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Tigers @ Athletics
At Oakland Coliseum
LHP
3-12, 4.72 ERA, 116 SO
Norris was a pitch away from three scoreless innings and a fourth consecutive stingy start until Jorge Soler punished him on a fastball. His three-inning starts due to innings restrictions prevent him from wins, but his pitches are showing life.
LHP
1-0, 0.75 ERA, 15 SO
Manaea looks to carry over the success from his 2019 debut, when he tossed five scoreless innings with just one hit and five strikeouts at Yankee Stadium.
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Giants @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
RHP
5-9, 5.09 ERA, 62 SO
Rodriguez delivered one of his best performances this season when he limited the Cards to one run over seven innings on Tuesday. Rodriguez relied more heavily than usual on his offspeed pitches and hinted that he may continue to do so.
LHP
4-3, 2.48 ERA, 74 SO
Urias returned from suspension to make his first start five days earlier, allowing one run in three innings. The Dodgers have put him on a five-day routine to better prepare him should the club decide to start him in the postseason.
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Rockies @ Padres
At Petco Park
RHP
2-6, 6.86 ERA, 54 SO
Lambert, 22, has struggled to a 10.36 ERA in his last six starts. But he and manager Bud Black both point out that Lambert is taking the right lessons and not losing confidence.
LHP
8-8, 4.41 ERA, 119 SO
Lauer hasn't taken a loss since July 25, going 3-0 with a 4.45 ERA in seven games (six starts) since then. However, the left-hander has struggled against the Rockies this season, going 0-2 with a 14.90 ERA in three starts.
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Yankees @ Red Sox
At Fenway Park
RHP
10-8, 4.53 ERA, 135 SO
Tanaka took the loss in his last outing despite a quality start, holding the Rangers to two runs over six innings. He will be facing the Red Sox for the first time since July 25 at Fenway Park, when they hammered him for 12 runs in 3 1/3 innings.
RHP
12-12, 5.83 ERA, 123 SO
In what has been a tough season for the righty, Porcello will try to get back on track against the Yankees, a team he is 11-9 with a 3.71 ERA against in 25 career starts.
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