Bauer dropped to 4-2 on the year, giving up two runs on six hits over seven innings. He walked three and struck out 10.
Bauer's next start is Thursday, at Kansas City.
Walker pitched eight shutout innings, allowing two hits. He didn't walk a batter and struck out eight.
"I think he’s taken a step forward in his last two outings,” manager Lloyd McClendon said. “He worked fast, he threw strikes and worked ahead in the count. He did everything we asked of him
His next start will be Wednesday, against the Yankees.
The only runs Shields gave up on Friday came on a two-run single by Pedro Alvarez in the third inning. Shields then proceeded to retire 11 of the final 12 batters he faced before exiting in the seventh.
Shields (6-0) lowered his ERA to 3.69 and has pitched six innings or more in each of his last five starts. He'll take on the Mets at home in his next start on Wednesday.
McCullers allowed two runs, one earned, on five hits. He walked two batters and struck out seven.
McCullers' next start is Wednesday, against Baltimore.
The 11 punchouts give Liriano 41 over his last five starts, and the scoreless outing drops his ERA to 3.47. His next start is scheduled for Wednesday in San Francisco.
Rodon allowed just one earned run in 6 1/3 innings. He allowed eight hits, didn't walk a batter, and struck out four.
Rodon's next start is Thursday, at Texas.
Capuano gave up four runs, three earned, on six hits over 5 1/3 innings. He walked two and struck out four.
Capuano's next start is Wednesday, against Seattle.
Gray allowed two runs over eight innings. He gave up four hits, including a home run.
Gray walked two and struck out five. His next start is scheduled for Thursday, at Detroit.
Sanchez dropped to 3-6. He allowed six hits, walked two and struck out nine. He allowed a home run.
Sanchez's next start is Thursday, against Oakland.
Santiago went 7 1/3 shutout innings, allowing just three hits. He walked three and struck out seven.
Santiago's next start is Wednesday, against Tampa Bay.