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Probable Pitchers

Pittsburgh Pirates @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Olympic Stadium
Jameson Taillon, RHP
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    Jameson Taillon, last 3 starts
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Marcus Stroman, RHP
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    Marcus Stroman, last 3 starts
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Pittsburgh Pirates @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Olympic Stadium
Chad Kuhl, RHP
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    Chad Kuhl, last 3 starts
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Francisco Liriano, LHP
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Pittsburgh Pirates @ Boston Red Sox

, Fenway Park
Gerrit Cole, RHP
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    Gerrit Cole, last 3 starts
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Cole will make his first Opening Day start and first career appearance at Fenway Park. Cole battled through injuries last year and posted a 3.88 ERA in 21 starts, but he put together an excellent spring and seems poised to bounce back.

Rick Porcello, RHP
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    Rick Porcello, regular season
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    Rick Porcello, last 5 years vs. PIT
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For the first time in his career, the sinkerballer will take the ball on Opening Day. This, after winning the American League's Cy Young Award last season. Porcello can't wait to get back to Fenway, where he went 13-1 with a 2.97 ERA last season.

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