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Probable Pitchers

Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
Wei-Yin Chen, LHP
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    Wei-Yin Chen, last 3 starts
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    Wei-Yin Chen, regular season
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    Wei-Yin Chen, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Chen turned in his first quality start of the season against the Rays, allowing a run on five hits while picking up the win. The lefty also struck out four.

Clay Buchholz, RHP
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    Clay Buchholz, last 3 starts
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    Clay Buchholz, regular season
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    Clay Buchholz, last 5 years vs. BAL
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In 16 career games against the Orioles, Buchholz is 9-3 with a 3.40 ERA. In two starts against Baltimore last season, he went 2-0 with a 1.93 ERA, giving up three runs on 10 hits and four walks with 12 strikeouts over 14 innings.

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New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
Masahiro Tanaka, RHP
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    Masahiro Tanaka, last 3 starts
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    Masahiro Tanaka, regular season
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    Masahiro Tanaka, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Tanaka will get his first taste of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry in his fourth career start. The righty has been terrific, setting a club record with 28 K's in his first three starts. He blanked the Cubs on two hits over eight frames his last time out.

Jon Lester, LHP
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    Jon Lester, last 3 starts
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    Jon Lester, last 5 years vs. NYY
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New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
Michael Pineda, RHP
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    Michael Pineda, last 3 starts
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    Michael Pineda, regular season
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    Michael Pineda, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Pineda has been sharp through his first three starts for New York, pitching six innings in each outing and permitting no more than one run. He beat the Red Sox on April 10, scattering four hits with two walks and seven strikeouts.

John Lackey, RHP
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    John Lackey, last 3 starts
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    John Lackey, regular season
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New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
CC Sabathia, LHP
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    CC Sabathia, last 3 starts
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    CC Sabathia, regular season
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    CC Sabathia, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Sabathia put together a complete outing in his last start, holding the Rays to two runs over seven innings. The Red Sox saw him on April 11 and were silenced through five innings before erupting for a four-run sixth, with two homers.

Felix Doubront, LHP
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    Felix Doubront, last 3 starts
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    Felix Doubront, regular season
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Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

Mark Buehrle, LHP
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    Mark Buehrle, last 3 starts
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    Mark Buehrle, regular season
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    Mark Buehrle, last 5 years vs. BOS
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Buehrle, who has yet to lose a game this season, became the first Toronto starter to win his first four starts since Gustavo Chacin did it in 2006. The veteran lefty has allowed just two earned runs in 28 innings.

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