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Probable Pitchers

Houston Astros @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Roberto Hernandez, RHP
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    Roberto Hernandez, last 3 starts
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Hernandez took the loss in his last outing despite a quality start in which he allowed three runs in seven innings against the Mariners. After walking four in his first start of the year, he's walked one in each of his past two starts.

Tyson Ross, RHP
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Ross struggled to throw strikes in the first inning in Colorado, loading the bases on two walks and an infield single then walking in a run. He allowed just one more run -- a solo homer -- in his four remaining innings but took the 2-1 loss.

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Houston Astros @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Dallas Keuchel, LHP
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    Dallas Keuchel, last 5 years vs. SD
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Keuchel threw nine scoreless innings in his last outing and did not figure in the decision, a 5-4 Astros win in 11 innings over the A's. He's allowed runs in one of his 29 innings pitched and none in his last 15.

Andrew Cashner, RHP
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Cashner allowed two runs in seven innings with six strikeouts the last time out against the Dodgers. He has allowed two earned runs in his last 19 innings. His last three start have seen a better mix of pitches, especially the use of his slider.

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Colorado Rockies @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Eddie Butler, RHP
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Butler pitched six innings in his last start on Friday, when he gave up nine hits and four runs against the Giants and came away with the victory as the Rockies scored three runs in the sixth to take a 6-4 lead.

Ian Kennedy, RHP
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Kennedy's first outing after coming off the disabled list went badly the last time out when he allowed eight runs to the Dodgers. The good news is he discovered a mechanical fix that should help better him bury his pitches in the strike zone.

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Colorado Rockies @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Jorge De La Rosa, LHP
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    Jorge De La Rosa, last 5 years vs. SD
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De La Rosa allowed four hits and two runs in five innings Saturday against the Giants. In his 2015 debut, April 20 against the Padres, he yielded a career-high nine runs and nine hits in two innings.

Brandon Morrow, RHP
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    Brandon Morrow, last 5 years vs. COL
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There's a lot to like about Morrow, who has held batters to a .237 batting average in four starts. He's been especially good at home, where he has a 1.29 ERA in three starts covering 21 innings. You'd be hard-pressed to find a better No. 5 starter.

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