Harrison (5-3, 4.72): The left-hander has failed to find consistency the last six starts. He's got an ERA of 6.68 and a 2-3 mark in those games. In the first inning of games, opponents are hitting .306 off Harrison and he has an ERA of 7.00. Harrison said he has to get his sinker down in the strike zone at the start of games and challenge hitters to gain success. He's working on five days' rest due to last week's day off. Left-handed batters are hitting just .148 against Harrison.
Millwood (3-4, 3.72): He's 1-0 in two starts this season against the Rangers with a 0.75 ERA. The Mariners won both games. In his last start, May 23, Millwood shut out the Rangers over six innings, allowing three hits with one walk and two strikeouts. The veteran right-hander has been a much better pitcher on the road, compiling a 1.78 ERA with a 2-2 mark. Opponents are hitting just .190 against home away from home.
Thu.: Off day