Game 1. Monday, 7:10 PM.
43.2 IP | 2.68 ERA | 2.71 FIP | 129 ERA+
Haren seems mildly amused by all the fuss over his back stiffness, probably because he always has it. It hasn't stopped him from making every start, the shortest being 5 2/3 innings.
45.1 IP | 1.99 ERA | 3.98 FIP | 188 ERA+
Koehler pitched eight shutout innings against the Mets on Wednesday, striking out five and allowing two hits in a no-decision that ended in a walk-off win. He last faced the Dodgers on May 2, when he earned a win with seven shutout innings.
Game 2. Teusday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA
35.1 IP | 2.80 ERA | 4.18 FIP | 124 ERA+
Beckett credits catcher A.J. Ellis with convincing him to throw more curveballs, and it's helped him come back from thoracic outlet syndrome. Now if he can just get a win.
This will be Turner's 17th career road start, and he still seeks his first away victory. The 22-year-old is 0-9 lifetime on the road. He's lone road start of the year opened the current trip, at San Diego. He went six innings in a no-decision.
Wednesday, 7:10PM. SportsNet LA.
36.1 IP | 4.71 ERA | 5.86 FIP | 74 ERA+
Maholm pitched well against the Giants, but one bad pitch cost him a homer by Brandon Crawford. He's on the rotation bubble whenever Hyun-Jin Ryu returns.
Fernandez's two roughest outings have come on the road. At San Diego, he gave up six runs (five earned) and two homers to Jedd Gyorko. At Philadelphia on April 11, he allowed a career-high six earned runs.