Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: Two of the American League's top pitchers take the mound on the road, while the
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Colliding in the Junior Circuit . . .
Zack Greinke (10-6, 2.04 ERA) will try to edge his ERA back under 2.00 on Wednesday night when he takes to the mound in
Also on the American League schedule for Wednesday: Cleveland at the Angels, the Yankees at Tampa Bay, Oakland at Boston, Detroit at Texas, the White Sox at Minnesota, and Toronto at Seattle. Barring a trade, the Blue Jays will send ace Roy Halladay (11-3, 2.62 ERA) to the hill in that contest; righthander Halladay took a no-decision vs. the Rays last time out, giving up one earned run over nine innings of work. The Mariners counter with Ryan Rowland-Smith (0-1, 3.48 ERA).
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Clashing in the Senior Circuit . . .
Clayton Kershaw (8-5, 2.96 ERA) will match up against Joel Pineiro (9-9, 2.95 ERA) on Wednesday night as the Dodgers continue their series against the Cardinals. Lefthander Kershaw, also the subject of trade rumors, was stuck with a no-decision against the Marlins last time out despite giving up just two earned runs over six innings. Righthander Pineiro has won each of his last three starts for the Cardinals, giving up just two earned runs over those 22 innings of work.
Making up the rest of the National League slate for Wednesday:
Rounding out the Roundup . . .
Finally, there's just one game on the WNBA schedule for Wednesday, with