Detroit Tigers baseball returns on Wednesday. Per a tweet from Detroit’s official Twitter account, we know what the team’s lineup will look like for Wednesday’s contest.
Detroit Tigers players continue to get closer and closer to Opening Day, as Grapefruit League continues.
The club will look to win consecutive games for the first time this spring. Wins and losses don’t matter much in Spring Training, but it is nonetheless encouraging to see the Tigers winning two of the last three games.
Detroit tied with Washington in the middle game of that set.
In the most recent win, Brad Ausmus’ team trounced the Miami Marlins by a 7-1 score line.
Matt Boyd fired off five shutout innings for the Tigers, striking out five and allowing just three hits.
On the offensive side of things, Anthony Gose collected two hits and a pair of RBI in four at-bats as Detroit’s leadoff hitter.
Detroit will host Atlanta. Per a tweet from the Tigers official Twitter account, we now know what Detroit’s lineup will look like. Here’s the batting order.
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- Omar Infante, Second Base
- Andrew Romine, First Base
- Nick Castellanos, Third Base
- Justin Upton, Left Field
- Steven Moya, Designated Hitter
- Mikie Mahtook, Center Field
- Tyler Collins, Right Field
- James McCann, Catcher
- Dixon Machado, Shortstop
Additionally, Jordan Zimmermann will start for the Detroit Tigers.
The former National could be key performer for the Tigers this season, especially if he can return to the form he showcased in Washington.
Zimmermann racked up a 3.14 ERA and 784 strikeouts in 971.2 innings for the National league East franchise.
He also routinely notched a WAR north of 3.0, while averaging 13 wins per season.
First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. Eastern Time.