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Probable Pitchers

St. Louis Cardinals @ Chicago Cubs

, Wrigley Field
John Lackey, RHP
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    John Lackey, last 3 starts
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    John Lackey, regular season
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    John Lackey, last 5 years vs. CHC
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Career stats

After having his start pushed back three days while dealing with a dead arm issue, Lackey made his best start as a Cardinal on Friday. He was efficient through 7 2/3 innings and scattered six singles.

Jake Arrieta, RHP
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    Jake Arrieta, last 3 starts
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    Jake Arrieta, regular season
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    Jake Arrieta, last 5 years vs. STL
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Career stats

For the third time this season, Arrieta took a no-hitter into the seventh, but again came up short. He did notch his first complete game shutout in a 7-0 win, holding the Reds to one hit. It was an impressive outing as he fanned 13.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Michael Wacha, RHP
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    Michael Wacha, last 3 starts
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    Michael Wacha, regular season
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    Michael Wacha, last 5 years vs. ARI
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This will be Wacha's final chance to prove himself ready to be a factor in October. He threw 78 pitches on Saturday (his most since returning from injury) but is still searching for crisp command, especially with his changeup.

Trevor Cahill, RHP
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    Trevor Cahill, last 3 starts
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    Trevor Cahill, regular season
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    Trevor Cahill, last 5 years vs. STL
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Cahill desperately would like to finish what has been a dreadful 2014 season on a positive note. After putting together a few good starts, he has a 9.00 ERA over his past two. His last win was Aug. 15.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Lance Lynn, RHP
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    Lance Lynn, last 3 starts
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    Lance Lynn, regular season
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Lynn is winless in his last three starts even though he has given up five runs over those 21 innings. He has allowed three runs or fewer in 28 of his 32 starts and should surpass the 200-inning mark for the second time in his career.

Wade Miley, LHP
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Career stats

It's been a frustrating season for Miley, who has not been able to put together a stretch of consistent success. After pitching well two starts ago against the Giants, he allowed six runs in 4 1/3 innings against the Rockies.

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St. Louis Cardinals @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Adam Wainwright, RHP
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    Adam Wainwright, last 3 starts
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    Adam Wainwright, regular season
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    Adam Wainwright, last 5 years vs. ARI
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Wainwright has his second career 20-win season, but now he's looking for his first with 21. He'll carry a scoreless-innings streak of 21 into the outing and will be seeking the first six-win month of his career.

Josh Collmenter, RHP
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    Josh Collmenter, last 3 starts
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    Josh Collmenter, regular season
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    Josh Collmenter, last 5 years vs. STL
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Career stats

Collmenter has been on quite a roll of late. In his last six starts he has a 1.29 ERA. He began the year in the bullpen before being moved into the rotation out of necessity and he has performed well in that role.

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