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Probable Pitchers

San Francisco Giants @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Madison Bumgarner, LHP
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Oddly, the Giants are 10-20 in Bumgarner’s starts since the beginning of 2017. Walks have been part of his problem. Bumgarner has made three career starts at Great American Ball Park, where he’s 2-1 with a 3.79 ERA.

Matt Harvey, RHP
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It was a no-decision on Aug. 11 for Harvey in a 6-3 victory over Arizona, but he turned in a strong outing. For the first time as a Red, he pitched seven innings while giving up two earned runs, five hits and a walk while striking out seven.

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San Francisco Giants @ Cincinnati Reds

, Great American Ball Park
Andrew Suarez, LHP
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In his last start, the 25-year-old rookie allowed two hits in six scoreless innings against the Dodgers. That interrupted a five-game stretch in which he went 1-3 with a 7.43 ERA.

Luis Castillo, RHP
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The long ball hurt Castillo in his last outing against the D-backs. All five runs he gave up came on a pair of homers. Castillo has given up 22 home runs this season, tied for second most in the National League.

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Cincinnati Reds @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Homer Bailey, RHP
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In a loss to Cleveland on Monday, Bailey allowed five earned runs and 10 hits with five strikeouts over 5 1/3 innings. Six of those hits came in two-strike counts.

Chase Anderson, RHP
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Anderson has allowed five home runs in 14 2/3 innings in three August starts, pushing his NL-leading total to 24 home runs surrendered this season.

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Cincinnati Reds @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Sal Romano, RHP
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Romano lasted only 1 2/3 innings in a loss to the Indians on Tuesday, giving up six runs on seven hits and two walks. He found trouble quickly in a four-run first inning.

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Cincinnati Reds @ Milwaukee Brewers

, Miller Park
Robert Stephenson, RHP
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Stephenson has room to improve from his first two starts of 2018. He’s issued nine walks over a combined 5 2/3 innings and has had trouble commanding his fastball, especially in the 1 2/3 innings he lasted in Wednesday’s no-decision vs. Cleveland.

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