A look at what's happening all around the majors today:
Chris Sale goes for his major league-leading 15th win when the White Sox host Detroit. The AL All-Star starter, Sale (14-3, 3.18 ERA) Sale pitched one-hit ball over eight scoreless innings against Seattle in his previous start.
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Mike Leake has struck out at least 10 and walked none in each of his last two starts for St. Louis joining Bob Gibson as the Cardinals to accomplish the feat in consecutive games. Leake will try to extend his streak when he faces the Dodgers at Busch Stadium.
The Giants will see how star catcher Buster Posey is feeling. He left Friday night's game at Yankee Stadium a couple innings after fouling a ball off his right foot, and X-rays were negative. He said he was sore after the game, and was listed as day to day with a bruise.
Beaten by Baltimore ace Chris Tillman on Thursday, the Yankees went into a weekend set vs. the Giants set to face Madison Bumgarner, Jeff Samardzija and Johnny Cueto. Tillman and those San Francisco stars had combined for a 46-14 record going into the series.
Reds first baseman Joey Votto tries to extend his torrid streak since the All-Star Game. His three-run homer in the first inning on Friday night against Arizona gave him a seven-game hitting streak since the break. It was his third homer during that span.
Cleveland right-hander Josh Tomlin (10-2, 3.34 ERA) faces Baltimore at Camden Yards in a matchup of AL playoff contenders. Tomlin can attribute his success in part to throwing strikes - he ranks second in the majors (behind Clayton Kershaw) with an average of one walk per nine innings. He's also 6-0 in nine road starts. Kevin Gausman (1-7, 4.05) will start for the Orioles, who own the best home record in the big leagues.
Marlins All-Star Jose Fernandez (11-4, 2.53) is scheduled to start at home against Mets righty Jacob deGrom (6-4, 2.38), who pitched a one-hit shutout against the Phillies in his most recent outing.
''If you're a baseball fan and you love the game, Saturday night's game is a game you'd want to come and see,'' Mets manager Terry Collins said.
The Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki struck out on three pitches in the eighth inning as a pinch-hitter and remains four hits shy of 3,000.