Zach Eflin looks to avoid losing a career-high fourth consecutive start Sunday when the Philadelphia Phillies wrap up their four-game series against the Miami Marlins.

Gio Gonzalez‘s decision to continue his baseball career after being released earlier this month came down to signing with either the Milwaukee Brewers or the New York Mets.

The San Francisco Giants and the New York Yankees will conclude a three-game interleague series Sunday afternoon from AT&T Park. The Yankees will send 26-year old right-hander Domingo German to the mound, and the Giants will turn to 26-year old right-hander Dereck Rodriguez. The Yankees tallied a 7-3 win over the Giants on Friday night.

It’s the conclusion of a three-game set between a pair of National League teams in the nation’s capital. The San Diego Padres are on the road as they make the trip to face the Washington Nationals Sunday afternoon. San Diego drew first blood in the series by taking a 4-3 victory in the opening game of the series Friday night. The pitching matchup for Saturday’s middle game of the series saw Eric Lauer take the mound for the Padres. He faced off with Washington’s Stephen Strasburg with first pitch in that contest set for 4:05 pm ET.

It’s the conclusion of a weekend set down in Hotlanta on the diamond. The Colorado Rockies close out a three-game series on the road against the Atlanta Braves Sunday afternoon. Colorado won the opening game of the series 8-4 on Friday night to draw first blood in the series. The pitching matchup for Saturday’s middle game of the series saw Jon Gray take the mound for the Rockies. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates will continue a three-game series Saturday night from Dodger Stadium. The Pirates will give the call to 26-year old right-hander Joe Musgrove, and the Dodgers will hand the ball to 31-year old left-hander Clayton Kershaw. The Dodgers won five of six games against the Pirates last season.


After knocking off the Atlanta Braves and San Diego Padres, the Reds would love nothing more than to go into Busch Stadium and defeat the division’s top-ranked team. They’ll have their work cut out for them against the team with the league’s best home record. Right-handed pitcher Tyler Mahle will be the first on the mound in Game 2 for the Reds, while the Cardinals are expected to go with Dakota Hudson.

Brett Anderson and Aaron Sanchez renew acquaintances for the second time in six days, with both looking to pitch deeper into the game than last time as the Oakland Athletics and Toronto Blue Jays continue their series north of the border.Anderson (3-1, 3.04 ERA) suffered his first loss of the year in Sunday’s 5-4 defeat to the Blue Jays, but he also did not get that much of a chance to pick up the win.

A surprising sweeping win over the Seattle Mariners has the San Diego Padres riding a tidal wave of confidence heading into a three-game series with the Washington Nationals. However, they won’t have the luxury of playing at home as they embark on a seven-game road trip. The Nationals sit on the opposite end of the spectrum after losing both of their previous series meetings to the Miami Marlins and Colorado Rockies. Eric Lauer is expected to get the Game 2 start for the Padres, while the Nationals roll out right-handed pitcher Stephen Strasburg.

The Tampa Bay Rays look to maintain their hold on the top spot in the division as they play the middle game of a three-game set against the Boston Red Sox Saturday afternoon. Tampa Bay missed a chance at a home sweep of the Royals as they were drubbed 10-2 on Wednesday afternoon. Boston earned a split of a four-game set with Detroit by taking the finale 7-3 Thursday night. The pitching matchup for Friday’s series opener saw Charlie Morton take the mound for Tampa Bay. He squared off with Boston’s Josh A. Smith, who was recalled from the minors after the team shuffled their rotation. 


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