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Probable Pitchers

Philadelphia Phillies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Aaron Nola, RHP
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    Aaron Nola, last 5 years vs. SF
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In his last 10 starts, Nola has been a machine, (1.71 ERA, 1.00 WHIP) going at least six innings and allowing two or fewer runs in each. His spot in the rotation missed the Giants by one day when they visited Philly in early June.

Jeff Samardzija, RHP
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    Jeff Samardzija, last 3 starts
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    Jeff Samardzija, last 5 years vs. PHI
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Samardzija is on a nice little run. The veteran has tossed quality starts in each of his past four outings, during which he’s 3-1 with a 3.29 ERA. He owns an 8.67 ERA lifetime against the Phillies, his highest ERA against any team.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Zach Eflin, RHP
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Eflin will pitch in San Francisco for the second time in his career and the third time facing the Giants overall. He threw six innings, giving up one unearned run on five hits at AT&T Park in June 2016.

Matt Moore, LHP
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    Matt Moore, last 5 years vs. PHI
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Moore turned in arguably his best start this year against the Nationals, finishing seven strong innings of two-run ball while fanning nine. His 4.82 ERA since the All-Star break is an improvement from his first-half 6.04 ERA.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Jerad Eickhoff, RHP
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Eickhoff continues to struggle to pitch deep into games. A slight drop in velocity might have something to do with it. His fastball is averaging 90.75 mph this season after being 91.46 mph last year.

Ty Blach, LHP
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After putting together a nice string of quality starts, Blach was hit hard in Miami. The left-hander yielded six runs on nine hits, including two homers, through six innings.

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Philadelphia Phillies @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Mark Leiter, RHP
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Leiter hopes for better results and better defense after allowing eight runs (four earned) in five innings Tuesday against the Padres. He takes Vince Velasquez's spot in the rotation. He is out with an injured middle finger.

Madison Bumgarner, LHP
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    Madison Bumgarner, regular season
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    Madison Bumgarner, last 5 years vs. PHI
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Bumgarner was victimized by Giancarlo Stanton last time out, but he settled down to allow four runs on nine hits through six innings. The southpaw is 4-3 with a 3.60 ERA lifetime vs. Philadelphia.

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