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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ Washington Nationals

, Nationals Park
Edwin Jackson, RHP
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In his Padres debut, Jackson carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning against the Giants on Sunday. The veteran right-hander pitched for Washington in 2012 and has a 3.26 ERA in 20 career appearances at Nationals Park.

Max Scherzer, RHP
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Scherzer has found a groove during the past two months. In his past nine starts dating back to June 1, he owns a 1.61 ERA with 81 strikeouts and just 13 walks in 61 1/3 innings.

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San Diego Padres @ Washington Nationals

, Nationals Park
Christian Friedrich, LHP
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After a red-hot start to his Padres tenure, Friedrich has faltered of late, allowing at least four runs in five of his last six outings. Typically a command pitcher, the 29-year-old lefty has simply been outside the strike zone too much.

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San Diego Padres @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Colin Rea, RHP
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Rea is coming off back-to-back outings in which he allowed eight hits and four runs. After a strong start, he has struggled with a 5.74 ERA in his last 11 starts dating back to May 11.

Aaron Sanchez, RHP
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Sanchez has limited the opposition to two runs or less in six straight starts, which matches his career high. In fact, he has surrendered two runs or less in 14 of his 19 starts this season. This will mark his first career outing vs. San Diego.

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San Diego Padres @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Andrew Cashner, RHP
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Cashner is coming off the first stretch of his career in which he’s fanned at least eight hitters in consecutive starts. He stymied the Giants and Cardinals, and is now set to face Toronto for the first time, sporting a 3.14 ERA in Interleague Play.

Marcus Stroman, RHP
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Stroman gets the ball after a strong effort his last time out against the D-backs. Stroman matched a season high by pitching eight innings and allowing just a single run while striking out six in a 10-4 Blue Jays victory.

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San Diego Padres @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

Marco Estrada, RHP
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Estrada was the tough-luck loser his last time out against the Mariners. The finesse right-hander made his first start since returning from the DL, taking the loss despite limiting Seattle to two runs on seven hits over six innings.

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