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Probable Pitchers

New York Mets @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Jon Niese, LHP
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Niese has pitched well at AT&T Park over the years, posting a 2.53 ERA in six starts there while holding the Giants to a .211 average and .603 OPS. But Niese has had trouble containing catcher Buster Posey, who is a .364 lifetime hitter against him.

Chris Heston, RHP
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This encounter will pit Heston against the club he no-hit on June 9 in New York. In four starts since then, he's 2-1 with a 3.80 ERA.

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New York Mets @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Bartolo Colon, RHP
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Colon's season has undulated. The 42-year-old posted a 2.90 ERA over his first six starts, then a 9.98 mark over his next three. Colon has since rebounded to post a 4.15 ERA over his most recent seven starts, despite going winless since June 12.

Matt Cain, RHP
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Since Cain hasn't pitched at home in almost a year, his success at AT&T Park is worth reviewing. He's definitely more comfortable at home (53-49, 3.18) than on the road (42-47, 3.66).

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New York Mets @ San Francisco Giants

, AT&T Park
Jacob deGrom, RHP
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In his lone career start against the Giants last season, deGrom struck out seven over 7 1/3 innings of two-run ball. He comes into this start on perhaps the best roll of his career, with a 1.55 ERA over his last nine outings dating back to May 16.

Jake Peavy, RHP
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This is Peavy's first home start -- and second overall -- since being sidelined for nearly three months with a strained back. In 21 lifetime starts at AT&T Park, he's 11-8 with a 3.40 ERA.

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Arizona Diamondbacks @ New York Mets

, Citi Field
To Be Announced

Noah Syndergaard, RHP
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Though Syndergaard has just one win over his last five starts, he has grown more consistent, delivering at least six innings with four or fewer runs in four of them. The rookie right-hander will be making his first career start against the D-backs.

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