Detroit Tigers baseball is back on Saturday as the team wraps up the 2017 regular season on the road in Minnesota. Here’s what you need to know to watch the game.
Detroit Tigers fans will likely see some history on Saturday. Utility ace and Tigers bench cog Andrew Romine will play all nine positions in the second-to-the-last game of the season against the Twins.
Romine has played eight different positions—all except catcher—this year. He’ll now play all nine in Saturday’s matchup in Minnesota.
The veteran started in left field on Friday night as the Tigers dropped another game despite a three-run first inning.
Detroit couldn’t put any more runs across after the first frame as Minnesota held on for a 6-3 win.
Romine was one of two Tigers with a pair of hits on the day, the other being first baseman Efren Navarro.
The blast gave the former infielder 100 RBI on the season, a new career-best.
On the pitching side of things, Matthew Boyd got the start, allowing seven hits, five runs, three walks and two home runs in five innings. The also struck out five.
Warwick Saupold relieved Boyd, but allowed two hits, a run and a walk in just two thirds of an inning pitched.
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So how will the Detroit Tigers line up on Saturday?
According to a tweet from the team’s official Twitter account, we know what Detroit’s batting order will look like against the Twins.
- Alex Presley, Right Field
- Dixon Machado, Second Base
- Nicholas Castellanos, Third Base
- Efren Navarro, First Base
- James McCann, Designated Hitter
- Bryan Holaday, Catcher
- Andrew Romine, Left Field
- JaCoby Jones, Center Field
- Jose Iglesias, 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.