Mariners Vs. Angels: Kevin Millwood, Dan Haren Lock Horns On Friday

As the Los Angeles Angels come to Safeco fresh off a sweep of the Red Sox, the Seattle Mariners are turning to their veteran starter to stop the Halos current streak.

Kevin Millwood (4-11, 4.28) gets the ball for Seattle, looking to a recent skid of his own. He's posted a 0-3 record with a 5.76 ERA in his past three starts, though has won his last two against the Angels, sporting a 1.06 ERA in those outings. He hasn't faced them in a long while though, with his last start against L.A. coming in August of 2010.

Dan Haren (8-10, 4.82 ERA) will take the bump for the Halos, looking to end his month on a high note. He's had a rough one, posting a 0-2 record with a 6.27 ERA in four August starts, including a 7-4 loss to Seattle back on Aug. 11, while taking a no decision in his last outing after 5.2 innings of two run ball against the Tigers. Haren does have some success at Safeco, owning a 5-2 record with a 1.99 ERA in 10 games there.

First pitch is set for 7:10 p.m. PT with coverage on ROOT Sports and 710 ESPN.

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