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Probable Pitchers

Philadelphia Phillies @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Jerad Eickhoff, RHP
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    Jerad Eickhoff, last 5 years vs. STL
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Eickhoff is hoping to be a little sharper against the Cardinals. After allowing a career-high seven runs April 24 in Milwaukee, he grinded through six innings Saturday against the Indians, allowing three runs.

Jaime Garcia, LHP
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    Jaime Garcia, last 3 starts
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Since his April 14 shutout, Garcia has allowed 10 runs (nine earned) over 16 1/3 innings. He was stung by a four-run first inning his last time out but finished strong by limiting the Nationals to only one hit over his final 5 1/3 innings.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
Vince Velasquez, RHP
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    Vince Velasquez, last 5 years vs. MIA
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Velasquez pitched six scoreless innings Sunday against Cleveland, becoming the only pitcher to have three starts with six or more innings, no runs and three or fewer hits allowed. Opponents have hit just .164 against him.

Wei-Yin Chen, LHP
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    Wei-Yin Chen, last 5 years vs. PHI
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Since giving up five runs in five innings on Opening Day, Chen is 2-1 with a 3.38 ERA. He's been a strike-throwing machine, and his ground-ball percentage is 47.3 percent. He has allowed four homers.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
Jeremy Hellickson, RHP
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    Jeremy Hellickson, last 5 years vs. MIA
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Hellickson struggled to keep the ball in the park Monday at St. Louis, giving up three home runs in 5 1/3 innings. He’s given up seven home runs in 26 1/3 innings and 19.4 percent of the fly balls.

Tom Koehler, RHP
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Working deep into games has been an issue for Koehler. Since throwing 6 1/3 innings in his first outing, he hasn't gone more than five in his last four starts. His last start was just 2 1/3 innings. At home, he's 1-1.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
Aaron Nola, RHP
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    Aaron Nola, last 5 years vs. MIA
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Nola was dominant, allowing two-hits over seven shutout innings at St. Louis on Tuesday. He has a 20-inning shutout streak and opponents are hitting just .176 off of him. Nola has been tough on the road, posting an ERA of 0.64.

Justin Nicolino, LHP
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    Justin Nicolino, last 5 years vs. PHI
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In each of his two starts, Nicolino has gone deep into games, logging 13 1/3 innings. The lefty, however, isn't missing bats, as he has just two strikeouts. But he minimizes damage, pitching off his fastball and changeup.

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