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Probable Pitchers

Arizona Diamondbacks @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Josh Collmenter, RHP
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    Josh Collmenter, last 3 starts
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    Josh Collmenter, regular season
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    Josh Collmenter, last 5 years vs. SD
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Career stats

Collmenter has thrown gems in his last two outings. After pitching 8 1/3 innings against the Padres on Aug. 22, he faced the Rockies in his last start and gave up one run on two hits in a game the D-backs eventually won on a go-ahead grand slam.

Andrew Cashner, RHP
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    Andrew Cashner, last 3 starts
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    Andrew Cashner, regular season
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    Andrew Cashner, last 5 years vs. ARI
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Career stats

It looked like the Cashner of old the last time out against the Dodgers as, in his second start back from the disabled list (with a sore right shoulder), he allowed one run on six hits in six innings with no walks and eight strikeouts.

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Arizona Diamondbacks @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Vidal Nuno, LHP
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    Vidal Nuno, last 3 starts
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    Vidal Nuno, regular season
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    Vidal Nuno, last 5 years vs. SD
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Career stats

Nuno had arguably the best start of his career against the Rockies on Aug. 30, pitching eight innings and giving up only one run on two hits. However, the Rockies shut out the D-backs, who are now 1-9 in Nuno's starts this season.

Ian Kennedy, RHP
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    Ian Kennedy, last 3 starts
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    Ian Kennedy, regular season
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    Ian Kennedy, last 5 years vs. ARI
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Career stats

After three consecutive so-so outings, Kennedy rediscovered his mid-90s fastball on his way to a gem in a no-decision against the Dodgers the last time out. He allowed one run on four hits in seven innings with three walks and eight strikeouts.

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San Diego Padres @ Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
Eric Stults, LHP
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    Eric Stults, last 3 starts
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    Eric Stults, regular season
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    Eric Stults, last 5 years vs. COL
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Career stats

Stults lost his final two starts in August but that hardly took the shine off what was his best statistical month of the season, as he posted a 2.52 ERA in six starts. His best month before August? A 4.50 ERA in May (five starts).

Tyler Matzek, LHP
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    Tyler Matzek, last 3 starts
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    Tyler Matzek, regular season
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    Tyler Matzek, last 5 years vs. SD
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Career stats

Matzek notched his third consecutive quality start by holding the D-backs scoreless through seven innings his last time out. He walked three and only struck out four but his three hits allowed tied his season-low for a start of at least six innings.

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San Diego Padres @ Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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San Diego Padres @ Colorado Rockies

, Coors Field
To Be Announced

Franklin Morales, LHP
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    Franklin Morales, last 3 starts
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    Franklin Morales, regular season
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    Franklin Morales, last 5 years vs. SD
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Career stats

Morales spotted the Giants four runs in the first his last time out and never recovered. In lasting 4 1/3 innings, Morales allowed seven runs on nine hits and four walks. It was the second time he's allowed at least six runs in his last three starts.

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