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Probable Pitchers

Chicago Cubs @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Kyle Hendricks, RHP
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    Kyle Hendricks, last 3 starts
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    Kyle Hendricks, last 5 years vs. STL
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Hendricks' streak of six consecutive quality starts ended due to a lengthy rain delay in his last outing. He's allowed just 10 runs in 50 2/3 innings since debuting on July 10.

Shelby Miller, RHP
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    Shelby Miller, last 3 starts
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    Shelby Miller, last 5 years vs. CHC
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Miller was long gone before St. Louis' 12-inning win in Philly on Saturday, but he left with a lead after allowing three runs in six innings. He incorporated a sinker into his repertoire and used the new pitch effectively.

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Chicago Cubs @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Felix Doubront, LHP
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    Felix Doubront, last 5 years vs. STL
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In his last Minor League rehab outing with Double-A Tennessee, Doubront gave up three earned runs on five hits over 4 1/3 innings. He threw 95 pitches, 59 for strikes, striking out five. He's been on the DL since he was acquired by the Cubs.

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Chicago Cubs @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Tsuyoshi Wada, LHP
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    Tsuyoshi Wada, last 3 starts
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    Tsuyoshi Wada, last 5 years vs. STL
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Wada held the AL East-leading Orioles to one run on one hit over 6 1/3 innings in his last start, striking out eight. The 33-year-old lefty is making a case for staying with the Cubs next season. He doesn't overpower hitters but has late movement.

To Be Announced

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Chicago Cubs @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Travis Wood, LHP
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John Lackey, RHP
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Lackey has made five starts since joining the Cardinals and he has finished seven innings in three of them. He's been the workhorse the club wanted and he has allowed two or fewer earned runs in four of five appearances.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Chicago Cubs

, Wrigley Field
To Be Announced

Jacob Turner, RHP
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Turner threw 66 pitches over 3 2/3 innings in his first start for the Cubs on Wednesday in Cincinnati. The plan is for Chicago to get a look at the right-hander, acquired from the Marlins, in the final month and continue to stretch him out.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Chicago Cubs

, Wrigley Field
To Be Announced

Jake Arrieta, RHP
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    Jake Arrieta, regular season
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    Jake Arrieta, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Arrieta didn't have his command in his last start vs. the Reds, and he threw 96 pitches over four innings, matching his shortest outing of the year. He gave up six runs for the second time this season. The Reds also stole six bases against him.

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