Jul 24, 2009, 4:48 PM EDT
- Roy Halladay could be making his last start for the Blue Jays, or he
might even be moved before the game. With rumors of a Phillies deal
swirling, Halladay is set to face the slumping Rays tonight. The Rays
will look to bounce back after going 27 up, 27 down against Mark
Buehrle on Thursday. Matt Garza, who has started the month 0-2 with a
6.06 ERA through three starts, is set to oppose Halladay.
- The Twins are going to have to try to shake off another tough loss
after Joe Nathan blew his first save in two months last night.
Francisco Liriano will get the ball for Minnesota in game two of a
four-game series. He’s steadily lowered his ERA from 6.60 to 5.33 with
eight respectable starts in a row, but he hasn’t dominated at any
point. Angels starter John Lackey was sort of in the same boat a week
ago, but he pitched a three-hit shutout against the A’s last time out.
His ERA has fallen from 6.61 to 4.39 over the course of his last seven
Game of the Night
Florida vs. L.A. Dodgers – Two of the NL’s best young pitchers will
face off, with Josh Johnson dueling against Clayton Kershaw. Both enter
the night with eight wins and sub-3.00 ERAs. Johnson has just two
losses in 19 starts and hasn’t allowed more than three runs since April
18. However, he has a 7.71 ERA in three career starts against the
Dodgers. Kerhsaw has won five in a row and given up a total of three
runs in his last seven starts. He’s faced the Marlins once, beating
them with seven innings of one-hit ball back on May 17.
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