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Probable Pitchers

Seattle Mariners @ Oakland Athletics

, Oakland Coliseum
Felix Hernandez, RHP
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    Felix Hernandez, last 3 starts
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    Felix Hernandez, last 5 years vs. OAK
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Career stats

Hernandez is 3-1 over his last five starts thanks to some nice run support, as he’s posted a 5.97 ERA with 15 walks in 28 2/3 innings. He’s faced the A’s twice already this year at Safeco Field, going 1-1 with a 3.65 ERA.

Josh Lucas, RHP
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    Josh Lucas, regular season
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Lucas will be called upon for a spot start, but he will be kept on a pitch count. He last pitched against the Blue Jays last Friday, allowing one run in 3 2/3 innings of relief after Brett Anderson left the game with an injury.

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Arizona Diamondbacks @ Oakland Athletics

, Oakland Coliseum
Patrick Corbin, LHP
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    Patrick Corbin, last 5 years vs. OAK
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Career stats

After a 4-0 start, Corbin is 0-1 in his past five starts. He has walked 18 in 62 1/3 innings, including nine in his past three starts. Corbin has held opponents to a .177 batting average.

Sean Manaea, LHP
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Manaea has allowed three or more earned runs in each of his last four starts after allowing no more than two in each of his first six. He has a 5.96 ERA in four May starts.

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Arizona Diamondbacks @ Oakland Athletics

, Oakland Coliseum
Clay Buchholz, RHP
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Called up Sunday from Triple-A Reno, Buchholz allowed one run on two hits in five innings in his 2018 debut, leaving with a 1-0 lead in an eventual 4-1 loss to the Mets. The one-time Red Sox All-Star missed most of 2017 with forearm surgery.

Daniel Mengden, RHP
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Mengden had his best outing of the season at Toronto on Sunday, allowing no runs and two hits in seven innings in a win. He has a 1.46 ERA over four May starts.

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Arizona Diamondbacks @ Oakland Athletics

, Oakland Coliseum
Zack Greinke, RHP
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    Zack Greinke, last 5 years vs. OAK
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Career stats

Greinke allowed three home runs in his last start, a 4-2 loss in Milwaukee. With the D-backs' offense struggling recently, Greinke is 0-1 in four starts in May, despite a 2.55 ERA.

Trevor Cahill, RHP
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    Trevor Cahill, last 5 years vs. ARI
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Career stats

Cahill pitched well despite taking a no-decision against the Mariners on Tuesday, throwing a season-high 102 pitches. A two-run homer by Mike Zunino in the seventh inning was his only blemish.

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Tampa Bay Rays @ Oakland Athletics

, Oakland Coliseum
To Be Announced

To Be Announced

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