Clint Hurdle has announced the starting pitchers for the first week of Spring Training games. If you missed it from earlier, the pitchers and lineups for Tuesday's Black & Gold game have been announced as well.
On Wednesday against the New York Yankees, Francisco Liriano will start and pitch two innings. He will be followed by Edinson Volquez, Jeanmar Gomez, Vin Mazzaro, Bryan Morris, Jared Hughes, Duke Welker, Josh Kinney and Adam Wilk could see time if any pitchers can't get through their outing.
Thursday against the Yankees on the road will be Charlie Morton starting and Jeff Locke up next, both scheduled to go two innings. They will be followed by Brandon Cumpton, Yao-Hsun Yang, Daniel Schlereth and Cody Eppley
Gerrit Cole will start on the road against the Blue Jays on Friday ...
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