Dodgers Vs. Mariners Probable Pitchers: Felix Hernandez Might Pitch Sunday In Seattle

The Los Angeles Dodgers have one more game in Philadelphia on Thursday morning against the Phillies, but then they continue their 10-game road trip with a three-game weekend series at Safeco Field against the Seattle Mariners. Here's a look at the weekend pitching matchups:

Friday - Nathan Eovaldi vs. Kevin Millwood (7:10 p.m. PDT): Eovaldi has allowed five total runs, just four earned, in his two starts, but has no wins to show for it so far.

Saturday - Clayton Kershaw vs. Jason Vargas (4:15 p.m. PDT): The Dodgers' ace gets the start on Fox in essentially a twilight start in Seattle.

Sunday - Chad Billingsley vs. TBD (1:10 p.m. PDT): The Mariners haven't officially named a starter for Sunday, but the team is hoping Felix Hernandez will be ready by then, per Greg Johns of MLB.com. The Mariners skipped Hernandez on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels in favor of Hector Noesi.

For more news and notes on Dodgers baseball, be sure to read True Blue LA. For your Mariners information, head over to Lookout Landing, or read SB Nation Seattle.

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