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Probable Pitchers

Atlanta Braves @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Alex Wood, LHP
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    Alex Wood, last 5 years vs. TOR
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Wood's velocity has been down a notch and he has not had his best stuff during his first two outings. But the competitive left-hander has still managed to allow three runs or fewer in both outings. He has a 2.18 ERA in his past 13 starts.

R.A. Dickey, RHP
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Dickey (0-1) delivered his ninth consecutive quality start but walked home two costly runs in the Blue Jays' loss to the Rays his last time out. The knuckleballer walked five batters in total and balked for the first time since 2013.

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Atlanta Braves @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Shelby Miller, RHP
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Though he has not pitched beyond the fifth in either of his first two starts, Miller has proven quite effective. The talented young hurler has continued to benefit from the sinker that he developed late last season.

Daniel Norris, LHP
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Norris didn't have his best stuff vs. the Rays, but found a way to get through five innings with just two earned runs. His command was off, but his new changeup became a go-to pitch that got him out of some jams. Of 90 pitches, 21 were changeups.

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Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets

, Citi Field
Trevor Cahill, RHP
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    Trevor Cahill, last 5 years vs. NYM
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Cahill surrendered four earned runs and completed just 2 1/3 innings while making his season debut during Tuesday night's 8-2 loss to the Marlins. The right-hander hopes to regain some semblance of his former All-Star self.

Jon Niese, LHP
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Niese opened the season at Atlanta, where he took the loss April 10 despite allowing just one earned run. He did the same in his second start and earned a win against Philadelphia. The lefty is throwing more changeups this year than ever before.

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Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets

, Citi Field
Eric Stults, LHP
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The lefty pitched five innings in each of his two starts this season. He's allowed seven earned runs over his first 10 innings this season.

Dillon Gee, RHP
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    Dillon Gee, last 5 years vs. ATL
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Gee's 48 consecutive starts of at least five innings is the longest active such streak in the Majors and two away from tying Doc Gooden's club record. But the veteran righty has allowed at least four runs in each of his first two starts.

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