The Detroit Tigers are still looking for a way to push themselves above the Cleveland Indians, surprising leaders of the AL Central. Currently in second place and two games back of the Indians, they'll get a chance to get some inter-division wins when they kick off a series against the last place Minnesota Twins on Wednesday.
It won't be the most intriguing pitching match up as both teams put out under performing right handers on the mound. Detroit will send Rick Porcello and his 5.18 ERA onto the mound while Minnesota will be hoping that 1-4 Nick Blackburn can boost his terrible numbers, which include a miserable 7.18 ERA.
That number should have the streaky Detroit offense salivating as they try and put together some strong performances in a row, something they have struggled with so far this season. Prince Fielder in particular will be looking to snap out of a funk that has kept his hits down lately.
Of course, the Tigers are also 18-4 in their last 22 games against the Twins so history is on their side as well.
The game will be at Comerica Park at 7:05 p.m. ET.
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