Tigers Vs. Twins: Series Opener Rained Out, Teams Will Play Double-Header Sunday

Rain has caused Friday's series opener between the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins to be postponed until Sunday. The teams will play a day/night double-header at 1:05 p.m. and 7:05 p.m.

The teams are schedule to play at 4:05 p.m. Saturday, although rain is also in the forecast then. Doug Fister (9-9, 3.65 ERA) is scheduled to face Scott Diamond (11-8, 3.69 ERA).

Fister is 1-2 with a 4.50 ERA in three starts against the Twins this season. Diamond has faced the Tigers once, earning a no-decision after giving up two runs in seven innings in a 7-3 Twins loss on July 5.

The Tigers have seven games left in the season, three against the Twins and four games against the Kansas City Royals to close the season.

Visit Bless You Boys for more Tigers coverage, and make sure to check out Twinkie Town for more on the Twins. Also head over to Baseball Nation for even more MLB news and analysis.

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