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Probable Pitchers

St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Carlos Martinez, RHP
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Martinez has dropped five straight starts -- the longest skid of his career -- and has not been able to pitch past the fifth in any of his last four outings. His spiraling May follows an April in which he went 4-0 with a 1.93 ERA.

Junior Guerra, RHP
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The 31-year-old rookie is 3-0 in five starts and hasn’t allowed a run in two of his last three outings. He got a no-decision last time out after five shutout frames in the club's eventual extra-innings win vs. the Braves last Wednesday.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Mike Leake, RHP
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After a slow start to the season, Leake has pitched well his last four starts, allowing four runs in 28 innings. Though he lost in his start Thursday against the Nats, he threw seven strong innings and allowed only two runs, both on solo homers.

Wily Peralta, RHP
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Peralta has allowed three or fewer runs in three of his last four starts, all on the road. At home, he has an 8.76 ERA and has given up at least four earned runs in four of his five starts. He's 4-9 with a 5.00 ERA in his career vs. St. Louis.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Jaime Garcia, LHP
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Garcia bounced back from a rough stretch with a strong outing against the Nationals on Friday. He pitched seven innings, allowing seven hits and two runs to lower is ERA to 3.47, best among Cardinals starters.

Zach Davies, RHP
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Davies seems to have settled in following a rough start to his season. He picked up his first home win on Friday against the Reds and has now given up two earned runs in four of his last five starts.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Chase Anderson, RHP
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Anderson's last outing against the Reds was cut short after he was struck in the back by an Alfredo Simon pitch -- an inning and a half after Anderson hit Simon. Anderson was OK, but the Brewers opted to remove him from the game.

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Milwaukee Brewers @ Philadelphia Phillies

, Citizens Bank Park
Jimmy Nelson, RHP
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Nelson has pitched into the eighth inning in three of his last four starts and delivered four consecutive quality starts, continuing his run as the Brewers' best pitcher this season. Only one of his five wins have come on the road.

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