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Probable Pitchers

New York Yankees @ Detroit Tigers

, Comerica Park
Jaime Garcia, LHP
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Garcia has turned in consecutive starts of five or more innings and three earned runs allowed for the Yankees, taking a no-decision last time out against the Mets. This will mark his fourth start for New York; he has logged a 6.32 ERA.

Michael Fulmer, RHP
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    Michael Fulmer, last 3 starts
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Don’t let the loss total fool you. Four of Fulmer’s defeats have come in Tiger shutouts, three of them in outings in which Fulmer has given up one run. That lone run was unearned in his last start Saturday against the Dodgers.

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Detroit Tigers @ Chicago White Sox

, Guaranteed Rate Field
Justin Verlander, RHP
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Verlander has taken no-hit bids into the sixth inning in two of his last three starts, going eight innings in each. But he’s 3-6 with a 5.24 ERA away from Comerica Park this year, including three homers at Texas last week.

Miguel Gonzalez, RHP
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Gonzalez has been a different pitcher since the All-Star break, going 3-2 with a 3.07 ERA and posting six quality starts in seven outings. He worked six shutout innings in his last start against the Rangers.

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Detroit Tigers @ Chicago White Sox

, Guaranteed Rate Field
To Be Announced

Carlos Rodon, LHP
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Rodon has been ace-like in August, posting a 2.45 ERA against all playoff teams and allowing just two runs in 6 1/3 innings against the Twins Monday despite not having command of his pitches until the middle of his start.

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Detroit Tigers @ Chicago White Sox

, Guaranteed Rate Field
Matthew Boyd, LHP
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Boyd's ERA rose to 6.24 after he allowed seven runs over 2 1/3 innings against the Yankees. After three quality starts in July, he has given up 20 earned runs on 28 hits over 17 2/3 innings in five August appearances.

Lucas Giolito, RHP
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Giolito looked solid in his White Sox debut, allowing four runs in six innings on three homers despite only having command of his fastball. He's the first White Sox pitcher to walk none and go six innings in his debut since 2005.

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Detroit Tigers @ Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
Jordan Zimmermann, RHP
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Not since Tommy Bridges and Schoolboy Rowe in 1935 had a Tiger given up seven earned runs in three consecutive starts until Zimmermann. A Coors Field meeting with a hot Rockies offense could stretch that streak to four.

To Be Announced

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