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Probable Pitchers

Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Mike Foltynewicz, RHP
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Foltynewicz took a step in the right direction as he harnessed his emotions during Tuesday’s seven-inning effort against the Nationals. He’s gaining more confidence with his changeup, and his slider remains a potential weapon.

Zach Eflin, RHP
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Eflin makes his second start of the season. He replaced Clay Buchholz, who could be lost for the season following right elbow surgery last week. Eflin allowed two runs in five innings in his debut against the Mets.

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Miami Marlins @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Wei-Yin Chen, LHP
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Chen comes off his best start as a Marlin -- seven hitless, scoreless innings at Seattle. But after reaching 100 pitches, he was taken out. The last three starts, Chen has been matched with catcher A.J. Ellis.

Vince Velasquez, RHP
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Velasquez allowed three runs in six innings Wednesday in a loss to the Mets, but he considered it a step forward following two rough starts to open the season. He pitched more to contact, inducing 10 ground ball outs.

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Miami Marlins @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Edinson Volquez, RHP
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The three-inning stint at Seattle was Volquez's shortest start since Sept. 25, 2016, when he worked 2 2/3 innings at Detroit. Volquez has a 2-0 record with a 1.89 ERA at Citizens Bank Park.

Aaron Nola, RHP
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Nola struggled Thursday vs. the Mets. He got 0-2 counts in a few key situations, but each time the batter reached. That included an 0-2 curveball that Neil Walker hit for a three-run homer. Nola hopes to do a better job in pitcher's counts this time.

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Miami Marlins @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Adam Conley, LHP
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Conley held the Padres' offense in check during his last start, but he couldn’t come away with the win. He worked six innings, allowing one run on six hits and struck out five while throwing a season-high 93 pitches.

Jeremy Hellickson, RHP
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    Jeremy Hellickson, last 5 years vs. MIA
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Hellickson looks to make his fourth straight start allowing two or fewer runs Thursday against Miami, the team he was reportedly almost traded to at the 2016 non-waiver Trade Deadline. He holds a 2.71 ERA in against the Marlins.

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