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DENVER — The Colorado Rockies will try to sweep the San Francisco Giants and add to their misery at Coors Field when the clubs finish a three-game series Wedneday. The Rockies beat the Giants again 6-2 on Tuesday Andrelton Simmons Jersey , giving them 17 wins in their past 19 games with the Giants at Coors Field, including seven of eight this season.Antonio Senzatela (4-5, 4.88 ERA) will start for the Rockies on Wednesday against rookie left-hander Andrew Suarez (6-9, 4.19).Article continues below ...Suarez is working on a scoreless streak of 14 consecutive innings, having thrown seven shutout innings in each of his past two starts. Both were at home — against the Texas Rangers on Aug. 25 and the New York Mets on Friday. Against the Mets, Suarez allowed two hits and no walks with five strikeouts in seven innings.Suarez, the winning pitcher in each outing, gave up five hits and three walks with 10 strikeouts in the starts. They marked the first time he pitched seven innings since July 4 at Coors Field, when he held the Rockies to one run and five hits in seven innings and endured a 1-0 loss. In two starts against the Rockies, Suarez is 0-1, 3.00.“He has good stuff,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “He’s a four-pitch guy that will throw any pitch anytime. And I think his confidence has grown. It’s part of maturing as a pitcher to have the confidence to throw any pitch anytime for a strike. He’s been able to do that. Has got good movement on his pitches.”The Giants drafted Suarez in the second round in 2015 out of the University of Miami. He made it to Double-A Richmond for 19 starts in 2016 and went back there the following season before finishig the year at Triple-A Sacramento. Suarez, who turns 26 on Tuesday, has given the Giants a huge lift this season after starters Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija were lost to injuries. Cueto and Samardzia are out for the season.“He’s a guy that we thought a lot of the last couple years, even going back to Richmond when he pitched there,” Bochy said. “He’s not really surprising us. Obviously a nice shot in the arm with what he’s been doing. He’s had a couple hiccups. That’s where he’s getting better, I think, with his pitching — just figuring out ways to limit the damage and stay out there.”Senzatela, who is 2-4, 4.37 in eight starts this season, pitched well in his last outing Friday at San Diego http://www.angelsfanproshop.com/authentic-yunel-escobar-jersey , giving up one run and four hits in six innings before the Rockies’ bullpen stumbled in what became a 7-0 loss to the Padres.He is 4-0, 3.26 in six games (four starts) against the Giants, including a win this year July 3 at Coors Field when he held them to three hits in seven shutout innings in Colorado’s 8-1 win.Catcher Chris Iannetta, who was behind the plate for Senzatela’s last start at San Diego, said: “It’s just all command. His ability to command as many pitches as possible in the strike zone is his key to success. When he does that, when he executes his pitches, it’s a tough at-bat for the opposing hitters. When he falls behind and he has to throw the fastball over the middle of the plate, it swings in the hitter’s favor a little bit, so it’s harder.”Iannetta said Senzatela’s changeup “definitely is his second-best pitch.” And against the Padres, Iannetta said Senzatela “had the slider going, had the changeup going and the fastball to both sides (of the plate).” CLEVELAND — With a 14-game lead in the American League Central, it will not be a high-stress September for the postseason-bound Cleveland Indians.But the Indians do have some priorities in the last month of the regular season. One of them involves their starting pitcher on Friday night when they host the Tampa Bay Rays in the first game of a three-game series at Progressive Field.That pitcher is Corey Kluber, whom the Indians would like to get on a roll going into the postseason. The two-time Cy Young Award winner has had an up and down second half of the season, which started at the All-Star break, during which he received an injection to deal with right knee inflammation.Article continues below ...Since getting that injection, Kluber has been better, but not to the level he consistently pitched to last year when he won his second Cy Young Award. In his last 13 starts, Kluber is 6-5 with a 4.05 ERA.That includes his last start this past Saturday against the Kansas City Royals, the lowest scoring team in the American League.Kluber lost that game 7-1, pitching 5 1/3 innings and allowing five runs and nine hits, with six strikeouts and two walks.“He threw a couple fastballs that he didn’t locate real well, and they made him pay Martin Maldonado Jersey ,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “They jumped on him pretty good when he made mistakes.”One of Kluber’s nemesis this year has been the home run ball. With a month still left in the season, he has already given up 22 home runs, matching his career high. Left-handers have hit 13 of the 22 home runs Kluber has allowed, including one by lefty-swinging Lucas Duda in the Kansas City start.“I left a couple fastballs in the middle of the plate that they hit,” Kluber said of the start vs. the Royals. “Some pitches I felt like I executed them pretty well, but they put them in play and found some holes, so you tip your cap. It wasn’t perfect by any means. It was one of those days that I felt could have gone better, but it is what it is.”Kluber’s start Friday will be his first against Tampa Bay since Aug. 13, 2017, when he beat the Rays 11-3, pitching seven innings and allowing three runs and four hits, with nine strikeouts and two walks. In eight career starts against Tampa Bay, Kluber is 4-2 with a 2.44 ERA.Kluber’s mound opponent will be right-hander Tyler Glasnow, who will make his first career appearance against Cleveland. Glasnow is a combined 1-3 with a 4.18 ERA for Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh. He was part of the July 31 trade between the Rays and Pirates in which pitcher Chris Archer was traded to Pittsburgh.Glasnow has appeared in 39 games, five of them starts. He was 1-2 with a 4.34 ERA in 34 relief appearances with the Pirates, and he is 0-1 with a 3.80 ERA in five starts for Tampa Bay.In his last start for the Rays, Glasnow received no decision in Tampa Bay’s 4-3 win over Kansas City on Aug. 23. He pitched five innings, giving up three runs and five hits, with eight strikeouts and three walks.

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