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Probable Pitchers

Cleveland Indians @ Minnesota Twins

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T.J. House, LHP
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    T.J. House, last 3 starts
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    T.J. House, last 5 years vs. MIN
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The Indians skipped over House's turn in the rotation in Houston due to matchups, and he finally gets a chance to extend his streak of seven-plus innings and one run or less over three straight starts.

Trevor May, RHP
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After a shaky start to his career, May has picked up three straight victories. The right-hander was solid his last time out, giving up three runs over six innings against the White Sox, while striking out 10.

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Cleveland Indians @ Minnesota Twins

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Corey Kluber, RHP
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The righty's Cy Young case keeps getting stronger after another dominant start in Houston, but six of Kluber's nine losses have come on the road this season.

Anthony Swarzak, RHP
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Swarzak will get his third spot start of the year with Tommy Milone still injured. Swarzak struggled against the Tigers on Monday, giving up six runs over 4 1/3 innings.

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Kansas City Royals @ Cleveland Indians

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Danny Duffy, LHP
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Duffy had no problems in a four-inning sim game on Tuesday, and the left-hander is back in line to start at Cleveland. Duffy missed three starts, including the one in New York in which he left after just one pitch because of shoulder inflammation.

Danny Salazar, RHP
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Kansas City Royals @ Cleveland Indians

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Yordano Ventura, RHP
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Ventura looked as sharp as ever on Wednesday, in his team's 6-2 win over the White Sox. He tossed seven innings of one-run ball, allowing just three hits and striking out seven in the process. Ventura owns a 2.33 ERA in his last nine starts.

Trevor Bauer, RHP
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Kansas City Royals @ Cleveland Indians

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Jason Vargas, LHP
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Vargas' shortest start of the season came at the wrong time in the Royals' 10-1 loss to the Tigers last Saturday. With first place on the line in the AL Central, the lefty lasted just 3 1/3 innings and allowed five runs.

To Be Announced

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