Dan Haren (11-10, 4.44) vs. Andrew Cashner (2-6, 2.43).
"I have to be able to step up," Haren told MLB.com. "I've been one of the five guys all year and however many starts I have left, they have to be as good as they can be." While not a Revolutionary sentiment, Haren knows he could be hitting The Streets if he can't hold his spot in the Dodgers' rotation. After winning their 3d series in a row against Arizona, the Dodgers are looking to beat up San Diego some more. Ya gotta beat the bad teams — after all, we wouldn't want the team's hard work to be All In vain.