Michael O'Connor, LHP (2-2, 2.65)
O'Connor was strong in his last outing, against the Astros, lasting six innings and receiving a no-decision. Houston only got to the left-hander for one run on three hits -- the lone run coming on a Morgan Ensberg home run in the second inning. O'Connor kept his work load light against Houston, throwing only 80 pitches, 48 for strikes.VS.Jon Lieber, RHP (3-5, 5.83)
Lieber had another rocky outing on May 24, and was more upset with the home plate umpire than his pitching. That said, he allowed two home runs and surrendered at least four earned runs for the seventh time in his 10 starts.