Detroit Tigers baseball is back on Friday. The team continues the 2017 regular season against the Minnesota Twins on the road. Here’s what you need to know to watch the game.
Detroit Tigers players will look to rebound in Minnesota after being swept by the Rays in Tampa Bay.
The Tigers came away from a series filled with strange plays without a win.
In the last game of the three-game set, Detroit got on the board early thanks to a home run from Ian Kinsler.
However, that was all the offense the team could muster, as the Rays piled on eight runs en route to the win.
Daniel Norris got the start for the Tigers, allowing eight hits, five runs (four earned) and two walks in 4.2 frames.
Warwick Saupold came on in relief and finished out the game, throwing 3.1 innings while surrendering three hits, three runs and a walk. All three of the hits allowed by the right-hander left the yard.
The duo were supported by an offense that featured plenty of reserve players.
Overall, the Tigers managed just five hits and a pair of walks.
The Lineup for Friday
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So how will the Detroit Tigers line up on Friday? According to a tweet from Detroit’s official Twitter account, we know what the team’s batting order will look like against Minnesota.
- Ian Kinsler, Second Base
- Nicholas Castellanos, Third Base
- Miguel Cabrera, First Base
- Victor Martinez, Designated Hitter
- Justin Upton, Left Field
- Mikie Mahtook, Right Field
- James McCann, Catcher
- JaCoby Jones, Center Field
- Andrew Romine, Shortstop
So where can you catch today’s Detroit Tigers game against the Minnesota Twins? We have all the information you need to know right here so you don’t miss a second of the action.
If you can’t make it to the game, or aren’t able to follow along on television or radio, keep an eye on our Twitter handle, @MCB_Tigers, as we provide commentary and updates throughout the course of the game.