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Probable Pitchers

Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs

, Wrigley Field
Raisel Iglesias, RHP
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    Raisel Iglesias, last 3 starts
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    Raisel Iglesias, last 5 years vs. CHC
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Iglesias struggled in a two-run first inning vs. the Brewers before a 5-0 loss. But once he course corrected in the first, he retired 16 in a row as he changed speeds and arm angles while using a good slider. He has six-straight quality starts.

Jason Hammel, RHP
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    Jason Hammel, last 3 starts
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Hammel had to deal with Clayton Kershaw in his last start, and blinked in the sixth when he walked two of the first three batters. Both would score. Other than that, it was a good outing. He has a 5.44 ERA in his last seven starts.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Matt Garza, RHP
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Garza has struggled all season, but the right-hander has had a particularly hard time of late. The right-hander allowed seven earned runs over just 3 2/3 innings Saturday against Cincinnati, raising his ERA over his past three starts to 12.83.

Keyvius Sampson, RHP
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With a 9.00 ERA in his last four starts, Sampson needs to not only find command of his fastball but success with his secondary pitches. His fastball has been getting hit hard often and he’s not going deep in games.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Wily Peralta, RHP
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    Wily Peralta, last 3 starts
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    Wily Peralta, last 5 years vs. CIN
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Peralta erased concerns about his velocity in his most recent start by holding the Reds to a lone run in seven innings. Now he gets a rematch in Cincinnati, where Peralta owns a 2.43 ERA in five career starts.

John Lamb, LHP
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Lamb is coming off of his best outing in four big league starts and his first quality start. In a 4-1 loss, he gave up two runs over six innings while throwing 87 pitches. He relied heavily on his changeup and used it to set up his fastball.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Jimmy Nelson, RHP
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    Jimmy Nelson, last 3 starts
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    Jimmy Nelson, regular season
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Nelson walked eight batters on a rainy night in Cleveland on Aug. 26, and zero batters in seven solid innings against the Pirates on Tuesday. The result was his team-best 11th victory.

Michael Lorenzen, RHP
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    Michael Lorenzen, regular season
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    Michael Lorenzen, last 5 years vs. MIL
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Lorenzen had a decent start going Monday vs. the Cubs in his big league return. A rough fifth inning sent him out early but manager Bryan Price was thrilled with how he challenged hitters early and made good pitches.

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