The Dodgers finish off their regular season with three games against the Giants in San Francisco. Here is a look at the pitching matchups this weekend at AT&T Park.
Friday, 7:15 p.m. PT (SportsNet LA, KTLA, MLB Network)
Rich Hill makes his final regular season tune up, and his first start in 10 days. Among Dodgers starting pitchers with at least five starts in a season, since 1913, Hill’s 1.53 ERA is the lowest.
Madison Bumgarner has a career-best 2.71 ERA in a career-high 219⅓ innings this season while striking out a career-best 246 batters. He makes his career-high 34th start on Friday, and his fifth against the Dodgers, who have won the first four.
Saturday, 1:05 p.m. (SportsNet LA, KTLA)
Clayton Kershaw is also on that list of lowest Dodgers starters ERA, currently at third since 1913 with his 1.65 ERA in 20 starts and 142 innings.
Saturday is technically TBD for the Giants, but this spot was filled by rookie Ty Blach the last time around. He pitched three innings on three days rest after a pair of three-inning long relief outings.
Sunday, 12:05 p.m. (SportsNet LA, KTLA)
Kenta Maeda makes his $1.5 million start on Sunday, trying to hold his team lead in strikeouts. Maeda heads into the weekend with a 176-168 lead on Kershaw.
Matt Moore gets the call in the series finale for San Francisco, the third left-handed starter the Dodgers will face in their final four games of the season.