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Probable Pitchers

Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox

, Guaranteed Rate Field
Danny Salazar, RHP
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    Danny Salazar, last 3 starts
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    Danny Salazar, regular season
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    Danny Salazar, last 5 years vs. CWS
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Career stats

Salazar struggled the first time through Minnesota’s batting order in his most recent start, but settled down after an early run to guide Cleveland to a 3-1 win. Salazar finished that start with seven strikeouts.

Derek Holland, LHP
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    Derek Holland, last 3 starts
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    Derek Holland, regular season
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    Derek Holland, last 5 years vs. CLE
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Career stats

Holland had his first rough outing with Chicago, giving up six earned runs in 4 2/3 frames. Holland yielded five in the third, but could have escaped unscathed if not for a Jose Abreu misplay. Holland no-hit the Tribe into the 6th when they last met.

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Houston Astros @ Cleveland Indians

, Progressive Field
Dallas Keuchel, LHP
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    Dallas Keuchel, last 3 starts
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    Dallas Keuchel, regular season
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    Dallas Keuchel, last 5 years vs. CLE
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Career stats

Keuchel is pitching like his former self who won the American League Cy Young Award in 2015. The left-hander is 3-0 with a 0.96 ERA and has completed exactly seven innings in all of his four outings.

Josh Tomlin, RHP
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    Josh Tomlin, last 3 starts
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Career stats

Tomlin began the 2017 season slowly, allowing 13 earned runs in his first two starts. After completing just 6 1/3 frames combined in those two outings, the rebounded with six innings of two-run ball in a win over the Twins.

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Houston Astros @ Cleveland Indians

, Progressive Field
Lance McCullers Jr., RHP
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    Lance McCullers Jr., last 3 starts
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    Lance McCullers Jr., regular season
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    Lance McCullers Jr., last 5 years vs. CLE
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Career stats

McCullers has struggled away from Minute Maid Park throughout his three-year career, going 3-8 with a 5.11 ERA on the road. His only start this season that wasn’t of the quality variety was at Oakland, where he allowed five runs in 4 1/3 frames.

Trevor Bauer, RHP
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    Trevor Bauer, last 5 years vs. HOU
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Career stats

Bauer loves facing the Astros perhaps more than any other team in the Majors. The 26-year-old has faced Houston five times and has won all five of those starts while recording a 1.97 ERA with 38 strikeouts in 32 innings.

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Houston Astros @ Cleveland Indians

, Progressive Field
Mike Fiers, RHP
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    Mike Fiers, regular season
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    Mike Fiers, last 5 years vs. CLE
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Career stats

Fiers has enjoyed success against the Indians in his two career outings against them. The 31-year-old is 2-0 with a 2.25 ERA vs. Cleveland and fired five innings of two-run ball in his only career start at Progressive Field.

Corey Kluber, RHP
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    Corey Kluber, regular season
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    Corey Kluber, last 5 years vs. HOU
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Career stats

Kluber takes the mound for his fifth start of the year on the heels of a shutout versus the White Sox. The 2014 American League Cy Young Award winner gave up three hits and two walks, striking out nine for his fourth career shutout.

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