Detroit Tigers baseball returns on Friday as the team wraps up the 2017 regular season with a series on the road in Minnesota. Here’s what you need to know to watch the game.
Detroit Tigers players will look to finish the regular season on a positive note after a rough 2017 campaign.
The Tigers, who entered play on Friday with a 63-96, won on Thursday in Kansas City.
Detroit has faltered down the stretch, with just five September wins compared to 22 losses. Additionally, the month of September has also included a nine-game losing streak, a six-game losing streak and a five-game slide.
That being said, the Tigers were able to pull out a win on Thursday night.
Starting pitcher Daniel Norris turned in a strong outing, with just two hits allowed in five innings. He only struck out one batter, but didn’t surrender any walks or home runs.
Elsewhere, the bullpen largely did its job.
Offensively, the Tigers pounded out eight hits to go along with the four runs scored and four walks.
On the day, seven different Tigers reached base via a hit.
So how will the Detroit Tigers line up on Friday?
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According to a tweet from the team’s official Twitter account, we know what Detroit’s batting order will look like against Minnesota.
- Ian Kinsler, Second Base
- Alex Presley, Designated Hitter
- Nicholas Castellanos, Right Field
- Jeimer Candelario, Third Base
- Efren Navarro, First Base
- James McCann, Catcher
- Andrew Romine, Left Field
- JaCoby Jones, Center Field
- Dixon Machado, Shortstop
So where can you catch today’s Detroit Tigers game, and when will all of the action go down? We have all the information you need to know right here so you don’t miss a second of the action.
Additionally, Matthew Boyd will take the till for the Tigers. He’ll be opposed by Minnesota’s Kyle Gibson.