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Orioles @ Mets
At Citi Field
RHP
3-3, 4.81 ERA, 29 SO
From 2012-15, Harvey starred for the Mets, emerging as one of the best pitchers in baseball. This will be Harvey's first start against his former team, which traded him to the Reds in 2018. Harvey has won three of his last four starts.
RHP
3-1, 2.20 ERA, 39 SO
Key to Walker's excellent start to the year has been his velocity increase. In particular, his average four-seam fastball has increased from 93.2 mph a year ago to 94.4 mph this season. All five of his pitches have ticked up in velocity.
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Reds @ Pirates
At PNC Park
RHP
0-2, 3.55 ERA, 36 SO
Gray is coming off his best start of the season, in which he threw seven shutout innings against the White Sox with eight strikeouts to two walks. In seven career games (six starts) against the Pirates, Gray owns a 4.08 ERA across 35 1/3 innings.
RHP
1-4, 5.97 ERA, 27 SO
Cahill allowed eight singles and a walk to the Cubs on Friday, but he was able to limit the damage against his line to three runs (two earned) -- one of the better starts of his up-and-down season.
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Cubs @ Indians
At Progressive Field
RHP
2-2, 5.60 ERA, 22 SO
Following five straight starts of no more than four innings logged, Davies bounced back with a strong seven-inning outing in a win against the Pirates on Friday. The righty only struck out one, but did not allow a run and scattered five hits.
LHP
1-0, 3.29 ERA, 14 SO
Hentges was originally slated to make his first MLB start last week, but an opener was used before him to lighten his load. He then was scheduled to make his first start on Sunday, but due to a rainout, he'll finally get his start vs. the Cubs.
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Padres @ Rockies
At Coors Field
RHP
3-1, 2.08 ERA, 59 SO
Darvish has been the Padres' best pitcher this season, though he's coming off his first start in which he didn't complete at least six innings since Opening Day. Darvish has not allowed a hit to the last 75 hitters who reached two strikes against him.
RHP
4-3, 2.93 ERA, 44 SO
Gray has been effective at Coors, going 4-0 with a 2.08 ERA so far this season. He also has pitched at least six innings in each of his last four outings.
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Padres @ Rockies
At Coors Field
Makeup of 5/10 PPD
LHP
1-0, 4.19 ERA, 49 SO
Snell walked six and allowed four runs for the first time as a Padre on Friday night against the Giants. But despite his early struggles, Snell's stuff remains as hard to hit as ever, as he allowed only one hit against San Francisco.
LHP
2-4, 5.49 ERA, 40 SO
Gomber has struggled through seven outings, but Friday's loss in St. Louis was his first start without a walk this year.
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Phillies @ Nationals
At Nationals Park
RHP
3-2, 2.85 ERA, 56 SO
Wheeler threw the second shutout of his career Thursday against the Brewers. He has reached the ninth inning in two of his last three starts. He has a 1.88 ERA during that stretch, striking out 23 and walking four in 24 innings.
LHP
0-1, 2.25 ERA, 10 SO
Over 11 career starts against the Phillies, Lester is 8-1 with a 1.92 ERA. The only loss occurred in his last outing against them -- May 23, 2019, with the Cubs.
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Athletics @ Red Sox
At Fenway Park
RHP
1-0, 1.80 ERA, 6 SO
Kaprielian will be taking the mound for his first Major League start. The right-hander made his first start of the year for Triple-A Las Vegas last week, allowing two runs on eight hits and one walk with five strikeouts over 4 2/3 innings.
LHP
5-1, 4.15 ERA, 42 SO
Rodriguez didn't have good fastball command in his last start, but did well enough with his offspeed stuff to hold the Orioles to one run over five innings to get the win. The lefty has pitched five innings or more in his last 34 starts, the second-longest active streak in the Majors behind Shane Bieber.
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Royals @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
LHP
4-3, 1.94 ERA, 48 SO
Duffy scattered eight hits in 5 2/3 innings in last Thursday's loss to the Indians, allowing three runs with one walk and six strikeouts. It wasn't his best start of the year, but that's because he's been the Royals' most reliable starter so far.
RHP
2-3, 4.19 ERA, 27 SO
Mize has tossed back-to-back quality starts without a win to show for it, including six innings of one-run ball in Boston last Wednesday. Before those quality starts, he gave up six runs on seven hits in 4 2/3 innings against the Royals on April 23.
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Yankees @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
RHP
5-1, 1.37 ERA, 78 SO
In his first meeting with the Rays on April 18, Cole took his only loss of the season, despite striking out 10 and allowing three runs (two earned) in 6 1/3 innings. He will look for a measure of payback when the Yankees head to St. Petersburg.
RHP
0-1, 5.79 ERA, 12 SO
After striking out five in two perfect innings as the opener in Anaheim on Thursday, McHugh will pitch in a similar role ahead of Ryan Yarbrough against a Yankees lineup stacked with right-handed hitters. McHugh will likely work two or three innings.
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Blue Jays @ Braves
At Truist Park
LHP
3-2, 2.95 ERA, 38 SO
Ryu's best start came at home (6 2/3 innings, one unearned run vs. the Yankees), but he's mostly worked as a visitor this season. Wednesday marks his sixth road start out of seven, as he aims to win consecutive starts for the first time since 2019.
LHP
1-1, 6.55 ERA, 24 SO
Fried returned from the injured list to toss five strong innings against the Nationals on Wednesday. The lefty showed better command than he had when he struggled through three starts before straining his hamstring on April 13.
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Cardinals @ Brewers
At American Family Field
RHP
2-3, 1.83 ERA, 29 SO
Gant walked six batters against the Mets on Thursday, the most in a game in his big league career and already the third time he's walked at least five this season. He'll look to improve on the control issues against the Brewers.
RHP
2-1, 1.64 ERA, 61 SO
Woodruff took his first loss of the season his last time out, against the Phillies on Thursday, despite allowing just one run on two hits in 6 2/3 innings. He'll face the Cardinals, who he shut out for eight innings on Sept. 26, 2020.
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Angels @ Astros
At Minute Maid Park
LHP
1-3, 4.75 ERA, 49 SO
Andrew Heaney threw 6 2/3 shutout innings vs. the Rays in his last start, striking out 10 batters and walking one before his night was over. The last time he faced the Astros, Heaney gave up two hits and one run in 6 1/3 innings.
RHP
3-2, 3.22 ERA, 33 SO
Urquidy has flourished in his last three starts, going 3-0 with a 1.80 ERA and 0.75 WHIP. He's allowed four earned runs in 20 innings in those starts, with all four runs coming off solo homers.
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Twins @ White Sox
At Guaranteed Rate Field
LHP
2-1, 4.26 ERA, 19 SO
Happ has been the Twins' most consistent starter to begin the season, with two or fewer runs allowed in each of his first five appearances. He'll face his biggest challenge against a White Sox team that is among the best in the Majors against lefties.
LHP
2-1, 4.53 ERA, 18 SO
Keuchel pitched well enough to win against the Reds last Wednesday, allowing two hits and three walks against one strikeout over seven scoreless innings, but ended up with a no-decision. The southpaw has a 2.25 ERA over his last four starts covering 24 innings.
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Marlins @ D-backs
At Chase Field
RHP
1-0, 3.60 ERA, 6 SO
Poteet, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Jacksonville, will make his Major League debut. The 26-year-old right-hander was Miami's fourth-round Draft pick in 2015. He struck out 10 batters over 5 2/3 innings last Thursday in a Minor League start.
RHP
1-1, 5.94 ERA, 11 SO
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Mariners @ Dodgers
At Dodger Stadium
RHP
1-1, 3.72 ERA, 24 SO
Dunn has been off to a strong start, with a 3.51 ERA and 113 ERA+ through five starts. But the Mariners could benefit from him giving them length; he’s averaging right around five innings per start and has yet to reach six.
LHP
5-1, 3.26 ERA, 52 SO
Urías is coming off his shakiest start of the year, with a season-high five earned runs in five innings. Contrast that with his April 20 outing in Seattle, when he had a career-best 11 strikeouts in seven scoreless innings -- the best start of his career to date.
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