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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Ian Kennedy, RHP
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Kennedy was supposed to miss his turn on July 31 for the birth of his child but made the start. He pitched through seven innings, allowing four hits and two runs, and struck out five.

Taylor Jungmann, RHP
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The rookie continued his streak of allowing two earned runs or fewer last time out in a tough-luck loss to the Cubs. In fact, opponents haven't scored more than two earned runs against him in nine of his 10 starts this season.

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San Diego Padres @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Odrisamer Despaigne, RHP
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    Odrisamer Despaigne, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Despaigne earned a win to start off August. He pitched six innings against the Marlins, allowing five hits and three runs with five strikeouts. Despaigne is 2-3 on the road this season with a 4.88 ERA.

Matt Garza, RHP
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Walks haunted Garza in his last outing against the Cubs. He issued four free passes, including one that preceded a three-run homer from Anthony Rizzo that was the difference in the game.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Lance Lynn, RHP
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Lynn has had mixed results against the Brewers this year. He pitched a season-high 7 2/3 innings against them at Busch Stadium on June 2, holding them scoreless. But he allowed six runs in five innings at Miller Park on April 26.

Kyle Lohse, RHP
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Lohse managed just 4 1/3 innings last time out in a loss to the Cubs -- his third-shortest outing of the season. He?s allowed 25 home runs in 2015 and has given up at least one in 19 of his 22 starts.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Jaime Garcia, LHP
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Garcia lasted just five innings in his last start, largely due to extended counts and the four walks he issued. But he allowed just one run and has yet to give up more than three in any of his nine starts.

Wily Peralta, RHP
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Peralta got knocked around in his second outing since returning from the disabled list with a strained left oblique. The right-hander allowed six runs on eight hits against the Padres in just 3 1/3 innings.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
John Lackey, RHP
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Lackey will enter this start having made 10 consecutive quality starts. His ERA during that stretch is 1.91. He has limited opponents to three or fewer runs in 19 of 22 starts and two runs or fewer in nine of his last 10.

Jimmy Nelson, RHP
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Nelson scattered three singles and a walk over 6 2/3 innings last time out in his fifth straight quality start. He hasn?t allowed an earned run in 20 2/3 innings spanning over his last three starts.

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