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Probable Pitchers

Boston Red Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Rick Porcello, RHP
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    Rick Porcello, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Porcello is enjoying a renaissance season in 2018, with his four wins tied with Max Scherzer for the Major League lead, and his strikeout-to-walk ratio (23.00) and walks per nine innings (0.35) both second-best in the Majors to Jose Berrios.

J.A. Happ, LHP
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    J.A. Happ, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Happ is striking out more batters than ever. He has at least eight strikeouts in each of his last three starts and is averaging 12.7 K's per nine innings. He had never before averaged double-digit strikeouts per 9 IP.

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Boston Red Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Eduardo Rodriguez, LHP
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    Eduardo Rodriguez, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Boston is 3-0 when Rodriguez has toed the rubber this season. He has given the Sox two straight quality starts after a short outing to start the year. In his last start, he allowed two earned runs in six innings against the Angels, striking out five.

Aaron Sanchez, RHP
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Sanchez has experienced a dip in velocity. In 2016, he averaged 95.4 mph on his two-seam fastball, but in a recent outing against the Yankees that dropped to an average of 92.8. Sanchez has three quality starts in four outings this year.

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Boston Red Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Chris Sale, LHP
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    Chris Sale, last 3 starts
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    Chris Sale, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Boston moved Sale up in the rotation a day to give Drew Pomeranz an extra days' rest after his first start off the disabled list. Sale struck out a season-high 10 vs. the A’s on Saturday, but his outing was overshadowed by Sean Manaea's no-hitter.

Marco Estrada, RHP
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    Marco Estrada, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Estrada has experienced some issues with the long ball so far this season. He has allowed six home runs in four starts, and he is coming off a year in which he surrendered a career-high 31 homers over 33 starts.

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Texas Rangers @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Mike Minor, LHP
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    Mike Minor, last 3 starts
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    Mike Minor, regular season
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    Mike Minor, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Career stats

Minor will make his second start against the Blue Jays. He allowed one run on two hits over six innings in a 5-1 victory on April 7 in Arlington. He is 3-0 with a 1.64 ERA in three starts and two relief appearances in his career against Toronto.

Marcus Stroman, RHP
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    Marcus Stroman, last 5 years vs. TEX
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Stroman has been struggling with his command so far this season. He has walked 14 batters over 20 innings, and that's a major reason behind an 8.55 ERA. Stroman has never walked more than 2.8 batters per nine innings in a full season.

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