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Dodgers vs Guardians

The Los Angeles Dodgers (76-48) vs the Cleveland Guardians (60-66) is sure to be an exciting MLB matchup. The Dodgers currently hold the top spot in the National League West division, while the Guardians sit in second place in the American League Central division. The game promises to be a thrilling battle between two talented teams vying for victory.

Dodgers vs Guardians

The starting pitcher for the Dodgers will be Ryan Pepiot, who boasts an impressive ERA of 1.80. Meanwhile, the Guardians will send Gavin Williams to the mound, with a record of 1-4 and an ERA of 3.02. Both pitchers will be looking to lead their teams to victory and shut down the opposing batters.

The Dodgers come into this game with a strong record of eight wins and two losses in their last 10 games. On the other hand, the Guardians have had a slightly rougher patch, with four wins and six losses in their last 10 outings. However, they recently secured a win, which could potentially give them some momentum heading into this matchup.

This highly anticipated game will take place on Thursday, August 24th, at 3:10 p.m. ET at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Fans will be able to catch all the action on MLB Network.

Get Ready for an Exciting Showdown

– Keep an eye on José Ramírez of the Guardians, who has an impressive batting average of .280.
– Look for the Dodgers’ powerhouse Mookie Betts, who leads the team in home runs (34) and runs batted in (86).
– Don’t miss out on the exciting matchup between the Dodgers’ solid pitching staff and the Guardians’ strong lineup.


Cleveland Guardians: RP Michael Kelly (Back, D10), SP Shane Bieber (Elbow, D60), SP Cal Quantrill (Shoulder, D15), SP Triston McKenzie (Elbow, D60), C Cam Gallagher (Concussion, D7), 1B David Fry (Hamstring, D10), 1B/OF Josh Naylor (Side, D10).

Los Angeles Dodgers: SS Gavin Lux (Knee, D60), RP J.P. Feyereisen (Shoulder, D60), RP Yency Almonte (Knee, D15), SP Michael Grove (Lat, D15), SP Tony Gonsolin (Forearm, D15), RP Jimmy Nelson (Elbow, D60), RP Blake Treinen (Shoulder, D60), RP Joe Kelly (Forearm, D15), DH/OF J.D. Martinez (Groin, D10), SP Dustin May (Forearm, D60), CF Jake Marisnick (Hamstring, D60), LF Jonny Deluca (Hamstring, D10), SP Walker Buehler (Elbow, D60), RP Daniel Hudson (Knee, D60), RP Shelby Miller (Neck, D60), RP Alex Reyes (Shoulder, D60), RP Tyler Cyr (Shoulder, D60).

Main photo credits:

David Richard-USA TODAY Sports


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