The Texas Rangers will conclude their American League West series battle on the road at Safeco Field on Wednesday evening when they take on the lowly Seattle Mariners.

The top two teams in the AL West finish up a series down in the Lone Star State. The Oakland A’s play the final game of a three-game series with the Houston Astros Wednesday afternoon. In the opening game of the series, Houston cruised to a one-sided 11-1 victory on Monday night to draw first blood. The pitching matchup in the middle game of the series Tuesday night saw Mike Fiers take the mound for the A’s against Houston’s Wade Miley. 

The Milwaukee Brewers will host the Cincinnati Reds as the NL Central foes wrap up a three-game series Wednesday afternoon from Miller Park. The Reds will give the starting call to 25-year old right-hander Lucas Sims, and the Brewers will counter with 31-year old right-hander Jhoulys Chacin. The season series is tied 7-7 heading into Tuesday’s action.

The Boston Red Sox are on the road as they finish up a three-game set with the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday afternoon. In the opening game of the series Monday night, Boston rolled to a 9-4 victory to set themselves up for a potential series win. The pitching matchup for Tuesday night’s middle game of the series saw Chris Sale take the mound for the Red Sox against the Rays’ Yonny Chirinos.

The St. Louis Cardinals are on the road as they play the second game of a four-game early week set with the Pittsburgh Pirates Tuesday night. St. Louis won three of four over the weekend on the road over Cincinnati as they took the finale 3-1 Sunday afternoon. Pittsburgh dropped the rubber game of their three-game home set with the Phillies, losing 2-1 in 11 innings Sunday afternoon. The pitching matchup for Monday’s series opener saw Daniel Ponce de Leon take the mound for the Cardinals against the Pirates’ Trevor Williams. 

The Colorado Rockies are on the road as they play the second game of a four-game set with the Washington Nationals Tuesday night. Colorado salvaged the finale of their three-game road interleague set against the Yankees, prevailing 8-4 on Sunday afternoon. Washington split their four-game series against the Braves on the road as they were dumped 7-1 on Sunday night. The pitching matchup for Monday’s series opener saw Peter Lambert take the mound for the Rockies against the Nationals’ Erick Fedde.

After nearly providing an elusive first in Padres franchise history, rookie Chris Paddack looks to extend his string of solid starts Tuesday night when San Diego opens a three-game series versus the New York Mets.

The 23-year-old Paddack (6-4, 2.70 ERA) clearly benefitted from a 10-day “break” last month in which the Padres (47-52) assigned him to Lake Elsinore to make sure they did not overwork him.

The Boston Red Sox will continue their pivotal American League East series clash on the road at Tropicana Field on Tuesday night as they get set for battle versus the Tampa Bay Rays.

The Milwaukee Brewers will be going for their third consecutive series win when they take on the Cincinnati Reds in the second game of their three-game series on Tuesday night.

Arizona Diamondbacks rookie Merrill Kelly completes the gauntlet of American League East teams Tuesday night when he faces the Baltimore Orioles in the middle game of a three-game series.

Dylan Bundy (4-11, 5.28 ERA) has had his share of troubles this year and will be activated from the injured list prior to the game to make this start.


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