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Probable Pitchers

Colorado Rockies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Chad Bettis, RHP
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In four road starts this season, Bettis is 2-0 with a 4.24 ERA. Since a no-decision at Arizona in his first start, he's 2-0 with a 3.00 in starts at the Cubs, the Reds and the D-backs.

Madison Bumgarner, LHP
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Bumgarner's day-night splits are intriguing. His evening ERA of 2.99 bests his day figure of 3.11, and yet his daytime winning percentage (38-19, .667) is better than his record at night (50-41, .549).

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Colorado Rockies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Jon Gray, RHP
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After giving up three hits a walk and two runs to begin Monday's start against the Padres, Gray retired 18 of the next 19 and kept his fastball at or near 97 mph throughout.

Johnny Cueto, RHP
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Cueto pitched better than his numbers suggested Monday at Cincinnati in his most recent start. He surrendered six runs in five innings, but all of them were scored in third. He kept the Giants close in a game they ultimately won.

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Colorado Rockies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Eddie Butler, RHP
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Butler showed flashes when he retired the first 11 he faced in his last start against the Padres, but key mistakes, including a changeup hit for a home run and a slider for a key double, led to five runs and a loss.

Jeff Samardzija, RHP
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Samardzija has won three starts in a row for the first time in his career. He has given the Giants the durability they expected, pitching into the eighth inning three times in the last five games and exceeding 110 pitches three times in that stretch.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Aaron Sanchez, RHP
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To improve his numbers vs. lefties, Sanchez has started using his changeup more. In his last start, he threw 28 of 48 (58.3%) fastballs to lefties, compared to a '15 average of 75.7%. He's allowed three earned runs or fewer in 15 of 17 starts.

Jake Peavy, RHP
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Peavy has been struggling. He lasted two innings in his previous outing, allowing six runs and walking five. He did win the previous start, allowing two runs over seven innings in a victory over the Miami Marlins.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
J.A. Happ, LHP
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Happ has made eight consecutive quality starts dating back to last season. He also has surrendered three runs or fewer in 16 straight outings dating back to Aug. 14, 2015. He's the team leader in run support this year at 6.3 runs per game.

Matt Cain, RHP
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Cain did not make it out of the fifth in his last start, giving up eight runs (six earned) on 10 hits in a loss to the Rockies. He's off to the worst start in his career.

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