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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Luis Perdomo, RHP
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    Luis Perdomo, last 5 years vs. CIN
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Perdomo’s sinker/slider combo has given the Rule 5 right-hander a pair of legitimate big league out pitches. He’s still struggling with the long ball, but has looked much sharper lately, and the Padres have won his last three outings.

Anthony DeSclafani, RHP
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    Anthony DeSclafani, last 5 years vs. SD
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After allowing a two-run homer in the second inning, DeSclafani got stronger as he went deeper into an 8-2 victory over the Rangers. He worked seven innings and retired 17 of his last 20 batters as he mixed his fastball on both sides of the plate.

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Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Jake Arrieta, RHP
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Arrieta is coming off his second loss this season, but only his second in his past 28 starts. The problem? Fastball command. Plus, Arrieta said he needs to be more aggressive. He's noticed batters waiting for him to make mistakes.

Dan Straily, RHP
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Straily had one bad inning during a loss to the Rangers Wednesday. He gave up four runs in the fourth on two hits with two walks and a hit batter. Before and after that, he faced the minimum number of batters in what was an otherwise strong start.

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Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Jon Lester, LHP
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Lester served up two home runs in his last start against the Marlins, the first time he's done that this season. He's 1-0 with a 2.77 ERA in two starts against the Reds this year, including on April 22 in which he gave up one run over 7 innings.

John Lamb, LHP
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The first batter of the inning is hitting .404 (19-for-47) vs. Lamb this season, with a .491 on-base percentage. On Thursday vs. the Padres, the leadoff batter reached five of six innings as he labored much of the night in a no-decision.

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Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Kyle Hendricks, RHP
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Hendricks is coming off a strange start. He gave up one hit over five innings against the Marlins, but it was a grand slam. He also tied a career high with four walks, and he gave the Marlins credit for not swinging at some borderline pitches.

Cody Reed, LHP
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    Cody Reed, last 5 years vs. CHC
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During a no-decision on Friday vs. the Padres - his second big league start - Reed lacked the command and sharpness from his debut. He allowed five runs, throwing 104 pitches in five innings, often finding himself behind in counts.

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Cincinnati Reds @ Washington Nationals

, Nationals Park
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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