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Dodgers vs. Giants schedule, pitching matchups

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The Dodgers make their second trip to San Francisco this season, battling the Giants for a three-game series beginning Tuesday night at AT&T Park. Here is a look at the schedule and pitching matchups for the series.

Tuesday, 7:15 p.m. PT (SportsNet LA, MLB Network)

Right-handed batters this season against Carlos Frias are 10-for-53 with a double, three walks and 12 strikeouts, hitting .189/.232/.208. Tim Hudson allowed 15 hits to Miami at home on May 7, the most hits allowed by one pitcher in a game in four seasons. The last time a pitcher allowed more than 15 hits was Mike Oquist of the Athletics, who allowed 16 hits to the Yankees on Aug. 3, 1998.

Wednesday, 7:15 p.m. (SportsNet LA)

Brett Anderson has allowed seven runs on 14 hits in 8⅔ innings in two starts against the Giants this season, failing to finish five innings each time. In his five other starts he has allowed eight runs. Left-handed batters in 2015 are 10-for-64 against Tim Lincecum with a double, a triple, nine walks and 18 strikeouts, hitting .156/.257/.203.

Thursday, 12:45 p.m. (SportsNet LA, MLB Network)

Runners against Clayton Kershaw are 4-for-4 in stolen base attempts this season at Dodger Stadium, and 0-for-3 on the road. The Dodgers have stacked right-handed batters against southpaw Madison Bumgarner twice so far this season, a trend that seemingly every team is following. Bumgarner has faced a left-hander in just 18 plate appearances in 2015, 8.6 percent of his total batters faced. Five of those PA have been by pitchers, including four by Kershaw.