Los Angeles Dodgers (2-0) @ San Diego Padres (0-0)
Sunday, 3/30. 5:05 PM. ESPN.
192 IP | 3.00 ERA | 3.24 FIP | .296 BABIP | 3.0 WAR
Ryu will start the Dodgers' domestic opener on Sunday in San Diego if all goes well with the lefty's previously ailing right big toe during a bullpen session on Friday. Dan Haren will get the call if Ryu has a setback.
175 IP | 3.09 ERA | 3.35 FIP | .269 BABIP | 2.4 WAR
Cashner makes his first Opening Day start after a season in which he actually got better as the summer wore on, posting a 2.25 ERA in August and a 0.76 ERA in the last month of the season, which included a near-no-hitter against the Pirates.
Tuesday, 4/1. 3:40 PM. SportsNetLA.
177.2 IP | 2.63 ERA | 3.23 FIP | .276 BABIP | 4.0 WAR
Clayton Kershaw's injury has made the order of the Dodgers' initial starting rotation uncertain, but manager Don Mattingly has said Greinke will start the club's second game stateside. Greinke was limited to three spring starts due to a calf strain.
181.1 IP | 4.91 ERA | 4.49 FIP | .295 BABIP | 0.0 WAR
Kennedy, a fly-ball pitcher obtained at the Trade Deadline a year ago, has certainly found Petco Park to his liking. He's 7-2 with a 2.41 ERA in 12 career starts there. After a slow start in Spring Training, he found his command late in camp.
Wednesday, 4/2. 7:10 PM. SportsNetLA.
125.0 IP | 3.17 ERA | 3.20 FIP | 2.82 BABIP | 1.3 WAR
Ross came on strong last season and finished with the fourth-best swing-and-miss percentage (25.8) in the National League. His slider is a plus pitch, and he worked hard during Spring Training to use his changeup more in 2014.