Mar 14, 2014; Lakeland, FL, USA; Detroit Tigers first basemanMiguel Cabrera
(24) bats in the fourth inning against the Washington Nationals during a spring training exhibition game at Joker Marchant Stadium. Mandatory Credit:David Manning
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The Detroit Tigers and Washington Nationals met zero times from the start of Spring Training up until this past Thursday, spanning 16 games. They played on Friday, and will face-off in a home-and-home set today and tomorrow. Get used to the Nats. Over the Grapefruit League’s final 15 games, they play Washington five times, including three times this week and in an Exhibition game in Nationals Park two days before Opening Day.
Chances are we’ll see Doug Fister in at least one of these games!
The Nationals will have a split squad with the other half of their team traveling to Fort Myers to face the New York Mets.
Detroit Tigers at Washington Nationals — 1:05 PM EDT
Space Coast Stadium –Viera, Fla.
TV: MASN in Washington (or on MLB.TV); Replayed on MLB Network at 10 a.m. on Monday.
Radio: 97.1 FM (Click for affiliates)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday
Weather: 82 degrees, sunny
When We Last Met
- Davis, R, CF
- Kinsler, 2B
- Martinez, V, DH
- Kelly, D, 1B
- Castellanos, N, 3B
- Crowe, LF
- Holaday, C
- Suarez, SS
- Carrera, RF
Justin Verlander will get his second start of the spring.