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  1. #1
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    (76-68) Redsox @ Blue Jays (55-89)

    Game 1: Tuesday September 10th at 7:07 PM

    Nathan Eovaldi (1-0) –(6.23 ERA)
    The power righty has built some momentum in his last two starts, allowing two runs over nine innings while striking out 11. In five career games (four starts) vs. the Jays, Eovaldi is 1-1 with a 3.90 ERA.
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    T.J. Zeuch (0-0) - (4.50 ERA)
    This mark’s Zeuch’s first Major League start and second career appearance. Catcher Beau Taylor called the right-hander’s debut “absolutely amazing,” after Zeuch entered in the second and held the Braves to a pair of runs on three hits over his four innings on Tuesday.
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    Game 2: Wednesday September 11th at 7:07 PM

    Jhoulys Chacin (3-10) – (5.79 ERA)
    The righty dazzled in an opener for the Red Sox last week against the Yankees, firing two perfect innings with four strikeouts. Chacin, having spent most of his career in the National League, has never faced the Blue Jays. He is 34-50 with a 4.30 ERA in 127 career road appearances.
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    Trent Thornton (4-9) –(5.23 ERA)
    Thornton fanned four in his last outing to move into a tie for third-most rookie strikeouts in club history. Particularly impressive was the right-hander’s ability to limit damage – he allowed three runs (just one earned) over 4 2/3 innings.
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    Game 3: Thursday September 12th at 7:07 PM


    TBA: Bullpen Game
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    Clay Buchholz (1-4) – (5.31 ERA)

    The right-hander allowed three runs over the first two innings against the Rays in his last start on Friday, but settled down to allow one more run over his final four frames. Buchholz has quality starts in two of his three appearances since coming off the injured list.
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  2. #2
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    In 2019, Rowdy Tellez
    vs MLB: .223/.283/.437, 18HR/323AB
    vs BOS: .429/.512/1.029, 6HR/35AB

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