J.A. Happ Mariners
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J.A. Happ, Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers
J.A. Happ is 1-1 with a  2.61 ERA and a 1.06 WHIP after three starts. He gave up two runs in seven innings on April 17th against Texas.
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Season Totals:  7-9, 125.1 IP, 93 Ks, 3.88 ERA (54 earned runs), 1.24 WHIP (126 hits, 30 walks)
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Taijuan Walker
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Taijaun Walker, Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers
Taijuan Walker gave up one run in 5.1 innings in his last start. Last year Walker sported a 2.61 ERA in 38 innings, including 1.1 scoreless innings against the Rangers.
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Season Totals:  7-9, 119.2 IP, 87 Ks, 3.91 ERA (52 earned runs), 1.23 WHIP (120 hits, 27 walks)
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Roenis Elias
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Roenis Elias, Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins
Roenis Elias was 10-12 last year with a 3.85 ERA. He went 3-4 with a 2.31 ERA after the All-Star Break.
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Season Totals:  7-8, 115 IP, 86 Ks, 3.60 ERA (46 earned runs), 1.19 WHIP (111 hits, 26 walks)
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Kendall Graveman
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Kendall Graveman, Oakland A’s vs. Houston Astros
Kendall Graveman has had a rough start in two of his three outings. The exception was 5.1 scoreless innings against the Houston Astros.
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Season Totals:  7-8, 108 IP, 77 Ks, 3.58 ERA (43 earned runs), 1.22 WHIP (107 hits, 25 walks)
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Mike Leake, Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago Cubs
Mike Leake is 0-1 with a 3.92 ERA and a 1.11 WHIP. His career ERA is also 3.92. He was 6-6 at home last year with a 3.26 ERA (5-7, 4.07 on the road) and 1-0 with a 2.57 ERA against the Cubs.
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Season Totals:  6-8, 101 IP, 72 Ks, 3.83 ERA (43 earned runs), 1.26 WHIP (104 hits, 23 walks)
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David Phelps Marlins
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David Phelps, Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies
David Phelps gave up one run on one hit in 4.2 innings in his first start. He’ll likely be on a pitch count against the Phillies, but the Phils are dead last in runs scored and are hitting just .213 as a team.
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Season Totals:  5-8, 93.2 IP, 67 Ks, 3.94 ERA (41 earned runs), 1.27 WHIP (96 hits, 23 walks)
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J.A. Happ Mariners
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J.A. Happ, Seattle Mariners vs. Houston Astros
J.A. Happ is 0-1 despite a 2.70 ERA and 1.05 WHIP in his two quality starts. He’s a decent bet to pick up his for win for the M’s and continue his string of quality starts.
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Season Totals:  5-8, 88.1 IP, 59 Ks, 4.08 ERA (40 earned runs), 1.26 WHIP (92 hits, 19 walks)
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