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Reds @ Twins
At Target Field
LHP
6-4, 2.85 ERA, 62 SO
Miley had a no-hitter for 5 2/3 innings Thursday vs. the Padres. Then Fernando Tatis homered. The second hit was a homer by Manny Machado. Those were the only two runs -- and two of the four hits – Miley allowed while pitching into the eighth inning.
RHP
0-0, 4.64 ERA, 23 SO
The Twins are being careful with Ober's usage, but the 25-year-old right-hander has continued to look like an important contributor in three turns through the rotation, culminating in four innings of one-hit ball against Seattle in his last start.
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Nationals @ Phillies
At Citizens Bank Park
RHP
6-4, 2.19 ERA, 112 SO
RHP
5-4, 2.36 ERA, 122 SO
Wheeler looks like a lock to make his first National League All-Star team, consistently pitching deep into games, racking up strikeouts and giving the Phillies a chance to win. If he keeps it up, he should be in NL Cy Young consideration.
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White Sox @ Pirates
At PNC Park
RHP
5-5, 3.80 ERA, 110 SO
Giolito has not found great Interleague success, posting a 4-7 record with a 5.49 ERA over 14 career starts vs. National League teams. He is 1-0 vs. the Pirates, which just so happened to be the no-hitter he threw in Chicago last season.
LHP
3-7, 4.82 ERA, 69 SO
Anderson was hit hard for five runs in the first inning last time out in Washington. However, he gave the Pirates much-needed length, going six innings while allowing only one more run to the Nats.
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Royals @ Yankees
At Yankee Stadium
RHP
3-5, 4.77 ERA, 76 SO
RHP
8-3, 2.33 ERA, 123 SO
Cole tossed a season-high-tying eight innings Wednesday against the Blue Jays, allowing only two runs on four hits. His 117 strikeouts through his first 14 starts are the most by any Yankees pitcher in his first 14 starts of a season.
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Astros @ Orioles
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards
RHP
8-2, 3.56 ERA, 70 SO
Zack Greinke hasn't pitched through six innings in his last two starts after going the distance with a complete game on June 4. He looks to return to form and deliver a quality start against the Orioles.
RHP
2-9, 5.68 ERA, 71 SO
López allowed five runs while not completing five innings in each of his past two starts, both losses. The right-hander has an 8.36 ERA in three June outings.
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Cardinals @ Tigers
At Comerica Park
RHP
0-3, 4.62 ERA, 30 SO
Still searching for his first big league win, Oviedo couldn't have done much more last time out, with seven shutout frames -- a career high in innings. Most encoraging: the 23-year-old allowed no walks, an about-face after being hampered by free passes in May.
LHP
4-7, 4.33 ERA, 85 SO
Skubal is 3-0 with a 2.74 ERA in his last four starts, striking out 32 batters over 23 innings. His slider has a 36.6 percent swing-and-miss rate, but he used his fastball and changeup to strike out seven Royals over six innings in a win last week.
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Red Sox @ Rays
At Tropicana Field
LHP
5-4, 6.07 ERA, 85 SO
More than a month has now passed since Rodriguez's last win or quality start. He is 0-4 in his past seven with an 8.55 ERA. On the bright side, he struck out eight in just four innings of work during his last outing against the Braves last Tuesday.
RHP
5-1, 1.31 ERA, 31 SO
Lefty Ryan Yarbrough will pitch the bulk of the innings against the Red Sox, but Kittredge will serve as the opener. The versatile righty has been lights-out in every role this season, posting a 1.34 ERA and 0.83 WHIP in 33 2/3 innings over 25 games.
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Braves @ Mets
At Citi Field
RHP
7-3, 3.68 ERA, 93 SO
Morton carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning of Thursday's win over the Cardinals. The veteran right-hander's successful outing might have been a product of him relying primarily on his fastball and curveball, which he combined to use with 87 percent of his pitches.
RHP
6-5, 2.32 ERA, 75 SO
Stroman has completed at least six innings in eight consecutive starts, a career high. Seven of those eight have been quality starts, resulting in a 2.50 ERA over that stretch, with 46 strikeouts and 12 walks.
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Blue Jays @ Marlins
At loanDepot park
RHP
2-4, 4.33 ERA, 65 SO
Stripling looked sharp again his last time out, striking out nine over 6 2/3 innings. That's one of his deepest outings with the Blue Jays and the first time he's hit the 100-pitch plateau in 2021, so he's in a nice groove.
RHP
4-6, 2.93 ERA, 90 SO
Alcantara threw his third career complete game last Wednesday, but it resulted in a Cardinals walk-off win with one out in the ninth. He allowed four runs on nine hits over six innings vs. the Blue Jays on June 1.
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Indians @ Cubs
At Wrigley Field
RHP
0-2, 10.32 ERA, 15 SO
The right-handed rookie will make his third career start for the Indians -- his second since his June 15 callup from Triple-A Columbus. In his last start, Morgan fanned five batters and allowed three runs to score over 3 2/3 innings of work.
RHP
10-4, 3.84 ERA, 70 SO
Hendricks tossed six shutout innings in a road win over the Mets on Thursday. The righty has gone 7-0 with a 2.54 ERA in his last seven turns, striking out 35 and walking seven in 46 innings. He has a 4.60 ERA in eight home starts this year.
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Athletics @ Rangers
At Globe Life Field
LHP
5-7, 3.98 ERA, 60 SO
LHP
2-2, 5.75 ERA, 42 SO
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Giants @ Angels
At Angel Stadium
RHP
8-2, 2.77 ERA, 80 SO
DeSclafani earned the win in his last start on Wednesday after holding the D-backs to two runs (one earned) over five innings. He has won each of his last three starts for the Giants, posting a 1.35 ERA over that span.
LHP
4-5, 4.72 ERA, 85 SO
Heaney has been inconsistent this year and couldn't build off two strong starts his last time out. He gave up three runs over five innings in a loss to the A's on Tuesday.
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Brewers @ D-backs
At Chase Field
RHP
7-2, 2.11 ERA, 114 SO
Peralta looks to keep his breakout season rolling, coming off another great start in which he gave up two runs on five hits over seven innings against the Reds on Wednesday, walking none and striking out six. His last start against Arizona was on June 4, when he yielded one run on one hit, walking three and fanning nine over 7 1/3 frames.
RHP
1-3, 3.67 ERA, 43 SO
Gallen is making his second start since being activated from the injured list. He has had two stints on the IL this year. In his first start back against the Giants at Oracle Park, Gallen allowed four runs on four hits in 2 2/3 innings.
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Dodgers @ Padres
At Petco Park
LHP
8-7, 3.43 ERA, 111 SO
LHP
3-3, 5.29 ERA, 90 SO
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Rockies @ Mariners
At T-Mobile Park
LHP
0-2, 7.76 ERA, 19 SO
Freeland's re-entry to active pitching has been difficult -- a 9.58 ERA in five starts after recovering from a left shoulder strain. But he has faced the Mariners twice, both in Seattle, and is 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA.
RHP
6-3, 3.87 ERA, 50 SO
Flexen is coming off the best start of his career, throwing eight shutout innings with eight strikeouts against the Twins. The right-hander has been a reliable innings eater in recent starts, going at least six innings in each of his last four outings.
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