Giants at Brewers, 8:05 ET San Francisco's Posey pity party hits the Midwest this Memorial Day weekend for what they're hoping won't be a further barbecuing of their already inept offense. The good news for tonight's offense? Tim Lincecum is taking the mound, so the Giants' lineup probably won't need to provide much (though Timmy is coming off a 133-pitch performance, for whatever that's worth). The bad? Shaun Marcum, the Crew's best offseason pitching acquisition so far, will be taking the mound with an eye at starting the Brewers toward their fourth straight sweep at Miller Park. It's a great way to kick off our 3-day weekend.
Yankees at Mariners, 10:10 Question of the day: So how soon after Michael Pineda shuts down the Yankees tonight will we hear Yankees fans assuming they'll be able to pry him from Seattle at the trading deadline?
Orioles at A's, 10:05 Baltimore climbed back to .500 with a sweep of Kansas City this week and now they have a shot at six straight wins if they can solve the Rubik's Cube that has been Gio Gonzalez this season. Believe it or not — I'm guessing you will — but the O's haven't won six in a row since April 2008.
Reds at Braves, 7:35 Can Cincinnati catch a break? They've lost eight of nine games, including two within the span of 15 hours in Philadelphia this week. Now they head down into Atlanta to face Tommy Hanson with their first off day in 20 days not scheduled until Thursday.
Cardinals at Rockies, 8:40 On this date last year, Ubaldo Jimenez owned a 9-1 record and a 0.88 ERA. This year, his starts have been stripped of their must-watch status as he's 0-4 with a 5.44 ERA.
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