On Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 7:40 p.m. EDT, the Minnesota Twins take on the Detroit Tigers. The game airs exclusively on Bally Sports Detroit, Fox Sports Detroit, Bally Sports North, and Fox Sports North, which you can stream with a live TV streaming service.
Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers
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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins game preview: Tigers string 3-game losing streak to Twins
Detroit Tigers (6-10, fifth in AL Central) vs. Minnesota Twins (9-8, first in AL Central)
Minneapolis; Wednesday, 7:40 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBABLES: Tigers: Michael Pineda (1-0, .00 ERA, .60 WHIP, two strikeouts); Twins: Joe Ryan (2-1, 1.69 ERA, .88 WHIP, 16 strikeouts)
FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK RANGE: Twins -180, Tigers +155; over/under is 7 points
BOTTOM LINE: The Detroit Tigers look to end a three-game skid with a win over the Minnesota Twins.
Minnesota is 6-4 at home and 9-8 overall. The twin hitters have a .350 collective hitting percentage to rank eighth in the AL.
Detroit is 4-8 in home games and 6-10 overall. The Tigers are 2-8 in games when they’ve given up at least one home run.
The teams meet Wednesday for the second time this season.
TOP PERFORMERS: Luis Arraez ranks fourth on the Twins with a .354 batting average and has two doubles, one home run, seven walks and seven RBIs. Gio Urshela is 11 for 32 with two RBIs in the last 10 games.
Austin Meadows has two doubles and two triples for the Tigers. Robbie Grossman is 12 for 26 with a double and four RBIs in the last 10 games.
LAST 10 GAMES: Twins: 6-4, .230 batting average, 3.00 ERA, beat opponents by three runs
Tigers: 4-6, .243 batting average, 2.35 ERA, outscored opponents by seven runs
INJURIES: Twins: Gary Sanchez: daily (abs), Jhon Romero: IL 10 days (biceps), Jorge Alcala: IL 60 days (elbow), Randy Dobnak: IL 60 days (finger), Sonny Gris: IL 10 days (hamstring -legs), Alex Kirilloff: IL 10 days (wrist), Kenta Maeda: IL 60 days (elbow)
Tigers: Victor Reyes: 10-Day IL (Quadriceps), Matt Manning: 10-Day IL (Shoulder), Casey Mize: 10-Day IL (Elbow), Kyle Funkhouser: 10-Day IL (Shoulder), Spencer Turnbull: 60-Day IL ( elbow), Jake Rogers: 60 days IL (elbow), Jose Cisnero: 60 days IL (shoulder)