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Probable Pitchers

Milwaukee Brewers @ Pittsburgh Pirates

, PNC Park
Wily Peralta, RHP
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    Wily Peralta, last 3 starts
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    Wily Peralta, regular season
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    Wily Peralta, last 5 years vs. PIT
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Career stats

Thanks to a resurgent slider, Peralta has authored a turnaround. He had a 4.81 ERA and a .294 opponents' average in August, and has lowered that to a 2.75 ERA and a .243 batting average against in three September starts.

Vance Worley, RHP
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    Vance Worley, last 3 starts
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    Vance Worley, regular season
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    Vance Worley, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Career stats

Worley steps back into his original rotation spot, after moving aside for one turn to make way for Charlie Morton (sports hernia) and make his first start in 11 days. His seven wins are tied for second on the team since mid-June.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Mike Fiers, RHP
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    Mike Fiers, last 3 starts
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    Mike Fiers, regular season
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    Mike Fiers, last 5 years vs. CIN
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Career stats

Fiers was just fine in his first work since a scary incident involving Marlins star Mike Stanton, taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning and a shutout bid into the seventh against the Cardinals on Wednesday.

Johnny Cueto, RHP
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    Johnny Cueto, last 3 starts
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    Johnny Cueto, regular season
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    Johnny Cueto, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Career stats

Cueto needs two victories to reach 20 and is coming off one of his poorer outings of the season at Chicago, where he gave up a season-high five walks along with six earned runs in 5 2/3 innings.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Kyle Lohse, RHP
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    Kyle Lohse, last 3 starts
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    Kyle Lohse, regular season
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    Kyle Lohse, last 5 years vs. CIN
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Career stats

Lohse is coming off consecutive quality starts, a good sign he's moved past the ankle injury that compromised his August. In his last start at St. Louis on Thursday, Lohse needed only 88 pitches for 7 1/3 fine innings.

Daniel Corcino, RHP
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    Daniel Corcino, last 3 starts
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    Daniel Corcino, regular season
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    Daniel Corcino, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Career stats

In two starts since joining the rotation, totaling 11 2/3 innings, Corcino has given up four runs and five hits. With four walks last time out vs. the Cubs, he needs to improve command.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Yovani Gallardo, RHP
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    Yovani Gallardo, last 3 starts
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    Yovani Gallardo, regular season
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    Yovani Gallardo, last 5 years vs. CIN
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Career stats

Gallardo featured his best curveball of the season in his last start Friday and struck out 11 Pirates over seven scoreless innings, his first double-digit performance in more than two years.

David Holmberg, LHP
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    David Holmberg, last 3 starts
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    David Holmberg, regular season
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    David Holmberg, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Career stats

Holmberg has allowed three earned runs over his last 18 2/3 innings as he rebounded from a lousy first impression. In a 2-1 loss on Friday at St. Louis, he made two mistake pitches for back-to-back first-inning homers but turned in a solid start.

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