Game 1: Tuesday September 3rd at 7:10 PM

Rick Porcello (12-10) (5.42 ERA)
Porcello had a 4.00 ERA across five August starts (12 earned runs in 27 innings). One of his best starts of the year came against the Twins at Target Field on June 17, when he struck out eight in seven scoreless innings
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Jose Berrios (11-7) (3.57 ERA)

Jose Berrios earned a win over the White Sox after allowing three runs in six innings Thursday.
Berrios hung in there despite throwing four wild pitches, which is one more than he had in his previous 26 starts this season combined. He struck out eight. His velocity remains down, so it doesn't seem likely that a great September is on the way.
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Game 2: Wednesday September 4th, at 7:10 PM

Eduardo Rodriguez (14-5) ( 4.10 ERA)
In six August starts, Rodriguez recorded a 3.41 ERA (14 earned runs in 37 innings). The left-hander struck out nine in seven innings against the Twins on June 19 at Target Field, getting the win despite allowing four earned runs.
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Lewis Thorpe? (1-1) (3.97 ERA)
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Game 3: Thursday September 5th at 7:10

Nathan Eovaldi (1-0) (6.23 ERA)
Though he's not yet fully stretched out since returning to the rotation, Eovaldi showed signs of improvement in his start against the Angels on Friday, allowing one run and striking out eight in four innings pitched.
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Martin Perez (9-6) (4.89 ERA)

Martin Perez was slaughtered in Saturday's loss to the Tigers, surrendering eight runs (seven earned) on nine hits over 2 2/3 innings.
The left-hander walked two and struck out four on the night. He allowed a sacrifice fly in the first inning, but the Tigers really broke it open with a seven-run uprising in the third inning that included a home run by Ronny Rodriguez. It was a far cry from Perez's victory over the Tigers earlier in the week. He'll carry an unappealing 4.89 ERA and 1.50 WHIP into a difficult matchup against the Red Sox in Boston on Thursday.
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