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Probable Pitchers

New York Mets @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Noah Syndergaard, RHP
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The biggest question is where manager Terry Collins should hit Syndergaard in the lineup. The rookie blasted a monster home run in his last start while also throwing seven shutout innings. He's been as good as advertised, and then some.

Ian Kennedy, RHP
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Kennedy was roughed up the last time out, allowing seven runs in 3 2/3 innings against the Pirates. It was the third time this season he's allowed six or more runs in a start. He allowed three home runs and has allowed 12 this season.

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New York Mets @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Dillon Gee, RHP
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Gee returns to the rotation as the Mets sixth starter to make his first start since May 3. While he was on the DL with a groin strain, the Mets promoted Noah Syndergaard and became the first team to implement a six-man rotation since 2012.

James Shields, RHP
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Shields has been a pillar of consistency for the Padres, allowing three or fewer runs in nine of his 11 starts. The curveball continues to be a big weapon for him and a reason why he's induced the most swing-and-misses in the NL this season.

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San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Tyson Ross, RHP
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Ross has allowed three or fewer runs in 10 of his 11 starts. He has gotten into trouble when he hasn't been able to hold runners on (he's allowed 21 stolen bases) and he has a .352 BABIP, meaning he's been a little unlucky on balls in play.

Raisel Iglesias, RHP
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San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Odrisamer Despaigne, RHP
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Despaigne became the first Padres pitcher to go eight innings the last time out when he allowed one run against the Pirates. The road presents challenges for him, though. He's been a better pitcher at home (2.74 ERA) in his career than away (5.22).

Michael Lorenzen, RHP
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