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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Clayton Richard, LHP
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The veteran left-hander tossed his third career complete game Wednesday against the Phillies, recording 18 groundouts in the process. His 59 percent ground-ball rate is tops in the National League.

Lance Lynn, RHP
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Lynn has been the team’s most reliable arm as of late, and he’ll enter the start with a 1.65 ERA in nine starts since the beginning of July. Lynn has allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of those outings.

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San Diego Padres @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Jhoulys Chacin, RHP
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Chacin’s ERA has dipped below 4.00 for the first time this year. Not bad, after the veteran right-hander saw it balloon to 5.77 by the end of May. He’s posted a 2.76 ERA since and has stifled the Dodgers and Nats in consecutive starts.

Luke Weaver, RHP
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Weaver is taking Adam Wainwright’s place in the rotation. In two Major League starts this year, Weaver has allowed six runs and 10 hits in 11 1/3 innings. He’s walked four and struck out 13 while showing more conviction with his pitches.

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San Diego Padres @ St. Louis Cardinals

, Busch Stadium
Luis Perdomo, RHP
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Perdomo continued to battle inconsistency in his last start against Washington. He allowed five runs (three earned) in six innings, but at one point retired 13 of 14. The right-hander worked at least six innings for the sixth straight start.

Carlos Martinez, RHP
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Most of Martinez’s troubles have come in the first inning, where he has a 6.84 ERA and six home runs allowed. He’s gotten sharper and stronger the deeper he’s gone, and he’s finished at least six innings in six of his past seven starts.

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San Diego Padres @ Miami Marlins

, Marlins Park
To Be Announced

Adam Conley, LHP
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After not striking out a batter for the first time in a start (Aug. 14 vs. San Francisco), Conley fanned a a career-high 11 in a win at the Mets on Sunday. In those two outings, he has given up four runs in 13 1/3 innings (2.70 ERA).

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