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Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Jhoulys Chacin, RHP
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Chacin fouled a ball off his left foot on Monday. but the X-rays were negative. He's 0-3 on the road and has allowed 20 runs (19 earned) on 24 hits for an 11.93 ERA away from Petco Park. He’s allowed no runs and won twice at home.

Matt Cain, RHP
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An injured right hamstring drove Cain from his start last Monday against the Dodgers after six innings. He looked poised to go longer after allowing two hits and throwing 70 pitches.

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San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Clayton Richard, LHP
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Richard wasn't at his sharpest last time out against the D-backs on Tuesday at Chase Field. His trademark sinker wasn't sinking, as Arizona hit a pair of homers and knocked him out in the fourth inning.

Ty Blach, LHP
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Blach’s poise makes it easy to forget that he’s relatively inexperienced. This will be his 13th Major League appearance and fourth start. He faced the Padres in his first Major League start last Sept. 25, allowing two runs in three innings.

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Colorado Rockies @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Tyler Chatwood, RHP
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Chatwood's stark home-road splits have continued in 2017 -- a 7.16 ERA at Coors Field and a 2.40 ERA elsewhere -- so he may welcome the start in San Diego.

Trevor Cahill, RHP
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Through four starts, Cahill’s strikeout rate sits at 29 percent -- 12 percent higher than his career average - because he’s getting swings and misses at his offspeed pitches. That said, Cahill has also struggled with 11 walks in his four starts.

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Colorado Rockies @ San Diego Padres

, Petco Park
Antonio Senzatela, RHP
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Senzatela gave up a season-high four earned runs against a red-hot Nats lineup on Thursday. He has pitched six innings in each of his last four starts.

Jered Weaver, RHP
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The long ball continues to bite Weaver. The veteran righty has already surrendered 10 homers after giving up a league-leading 37 dingers last year. He’s been OK otherwise and has allowed two earned runs over six innings in three of his starts.

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