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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Andrew Cashner, RHP
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    Andrew Cashner, last 3 starts
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Cashner is coming off a start in which he struck out 10 in seven innings against the Astros. The team hasn't played good defense behind him, as eight of the 17 runs he's allowed have been unearned. His slider has been as good as its been since 2012.

Ryan Vogelsong, RHP
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Giants manager Bruce Bochy has elected to keep Vogelsong in the rotation despite his unsightly 9.31 ERA to begin the year. Vogelsong was roughed up by the Dodgers for six earned runs in three innings his last time out.

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San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Ian Kennedy, RHP
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After a rough start to 2015 -- a disabled-list stint and allowing eight runs to the Dodgers -- Kennedy was sharp the last time out against the Rockies, allowing two runs on four hits in six innings with six strikeouts. It was an encouraging sign.

Chris Heston, RHP
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Heston has been the biggest surprise for the Giants in 2015. The rookie right-hander has four quality starts in his five outings this year, including Friday, when he tossed 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball against the Angels.

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San Diego Padres @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Brandon Morrow, RHP
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Morrow, the team's No. 5 starter, is off to a good start in 2015. Four of his first five starts have been quality starts, though all four have come at home. The last time he faced the D-backs (April 15), he allowed two runs over seven innings.

Rubby De La Rosa, RHP
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    Rubby De La Rosa, last 5 years vs. SD
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De La Rosa struggled for about 15 minutes in his last start, but it was enough to cost him and his team the game. He allowed the Dodgers five runs -- four of which came on Joc Pederson's grand slam -- in the second inning.

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San Diego Padres @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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San Diego Padres @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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