Saturday's streaking and slumping starting pitchers
Mike Minor, Atlanta Braves (9-10, 4.31)
Minor allowed one run over six innings of a 5-1 win over the Nationals on Sunday. The right-hander has been on a roll lately, having only been touched up for jone run over his last three outings. He'll get the Phillies on the road in his next start.
Kevin Correia, Pittsburgh Pirates (11-9, 4.09)
Correia held the Cubs to just two hits over seven innings of shutout ball in his last appearance. The righty has made three quality starts in a row, only surrendering four earned runs during that stretch. Now he gets to toy with the lowly Astros on Saturday.
Scott Diamond, Minnesota Twins (11-8, 3.69)
Diamond gave up six runs over 5 1/3 innings in Sunday's loss to the White Sox. The Canadian hurler has a 7.33 ERA and just 10 strikeouts over his last four outings. He faces a tough Detroit lineup next time out.
Matt Moore, Tampa Bay Rays (10-11, 3.88)
Moore was horrendous Sunday, giving up five runs over three innings, as the Rays fell 6-4 to the Yankees. The left-hander has dropped four consecutive starts and has a 7.43 ERA in three September starts. He takes the mound at the Trop against the Blue Jays next.