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Mar 14, 2014; Lakeland, FL, USA; Washington Nationals left fielder Nate McLouth (15) steals second base underneath the tag of Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler (3) in the fourth inning of a spring training exhibition game at Joker Marchant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Tigers vs Washington Nationals: Game Time, Radio Coverage, Lineup

The Detroit Tigers and Washington Nationals celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by concluding their home-and-home set with a Monday afternoon affair in Lakeland after the Tigers visited Viera on Sunday. The dog days of Spring Training are here for both clubs and with rain in the forecast, neither team would likely be sad to see this one rained out.

Detroit Tigers vs. Washington Nationals — 1:05 PM EDT

Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland Fla.

TV: None

Radio: AM 1270 (Click for affiliates)

Live Stats: MLB Gameday

Weather: 72 degrees, 80 percent chance of showers

When We Last Met

Yesterday in Viera, Justin Verlander started his second game of the spring and was just as dominant as his first start, not allowing a hit until the fourth inning. It ended up just as you’d expect a game started by JV–a pitcher’s duel and a 2-1 Detroit victory.

Tigers Lineup

  1.  Rajai Davis-LF
  2. Torii Hunter-RF
  3. Miguel Cabrera-1B
  4. Alex Avila-C
  5. Austin Jackson-CF
  6. Don Kelly-3B
  7. Tyler Collins-DH
  8. Hernan Perez-SS
  9. Steve Lombardozzi-2B

Pitcher: Anibal Sanchez

 UPDATE

 

ANOTHER UPDATE!

Sanchez has been scratched in favor of Luke Putkonen.

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