Is 6-0 with a 1.99 ERA when pitching on the road and is posting a career-high strikeout rate of 31.2 percent.
Has a 1.64 ERA when pitching at home and owns a 10.2 K/9.
Is 2-0 after four starts this season and has a respectable K/BB ratio of 26/7.
Has allowed just four earned runs over 24.1 innings in July and is 4-1 with a 1.50 ERA when pitching on the road this season.
Is 3-3 at home, but won his single outing against the low-scoring Phillies this season.
Is 4-1 with a 2.70 ERA at Wrigley Field and has won two consecutive starts.
Has won five of his last six starts, posting a 1.16 ERA and 0.80 WHIP in that time.
Has won three of his four starts in July, posting a 2.89 ERA in that time (28 innings).
Has a 2.50 ERA when pitching at home but has a poor 1.1 HR/9.
Has lost each of his last two starts but will be facing an Oakland roster that has a collective batting average of just .239 against Darvish. Additionally, he's posting a career-high K-rate of 35.5 percent.
Has converted two of his three save opportunities since the All-Star break (21 of 22 for the season), but is striking out batters at a rate of 31.7 percent.
Is 7-2 with a 2.80 ERA when pitching on the road, but will be facing a Boston roster that's collectively hitting .291/.357/.478.
Has a season-best 3.42 ERA for the month of July, but will be facing a high-scoring Toronto roster.
Eflin has won three of his four starts in July, posting a 1.80 ERA in that time.
Is posting a 2.88 ERA for the month of July and has allowed three runs over 11 innings against the Rangers this season.
Is 4-2 with a 2.37 ERA at home and has allowed just two earned runs over his last two starts (13.1 innings).
Has lost two consecutive starts, allowing a total of five runs across 10 innings, and will be facing a Seattle offense that averages 4.8 runs per game.
Has posted a 2.63 ERA over four games (24 innings) in July, but has struggled with walks, as his BB/9 is 4.1 in that time.
Is 4-3 with a 6.23 ERA when pitching on the road, but has dominated July, winning three of his four starts and allowing just three runs over 29 innings.
Has allowed 10 runs across 21 innings (five games) in July and will be facing St. Louis, the league's second-highest scoring offense.
Is 1-4 with a 5.63 ERA when away from home, but is posting a solid 3.00 ERA for the month of July.
Is 3-6 with a 4.74 ERA when pitching on the road, but has a solid 9.2 K/9.
Has a 6.10 ERA for the month of July, but will be facing Atlanta, the league's lowest-scoring offense.
Has a 2.35 ERA for July, but will be facing Baltimore, a top 10 offense in terms of runs scored.
Has allowed 11 runs over 25.1 innings in July and has a dismal 1.8 HR/9.
Struggles limiting baserunners, as opponents hit .307/.346/.443 when Paxton is on the mound.
Won his single start against the Giants this season, but allowed three runs across 6.1 innings while doing so.
Has lost three of his last four starts and has a poor HR/9 of 1.3.
Is 0-3 with a 6.10 ERA at Fenway and will be facing a Detroit roster that averages 4.6 runs per game.