How to Watch the Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Guardians - MLB (8/16/22) | Channel, Stream, Preview
After their double-header on Monday to kickstart their series, the Detroit Tigers get set to meet with the Cleveland Guardians in the third game of their four-game set on Tuesday. Watch the Detroit Tigers on DirecTV StreamThe two teams played a pair of different games on Monday. Aaron Civale had a great start for the Guardians, striking out 10 Tigers in six innings of work. 4.66 ERA)CLE: Zach Plesac (2-10, 4.32 ERA)Check out more stories about the Detroit Tigers here on MLiveWhat: MLB BaseballWho: Detroit Tigers (44-74) vs. Cleveland Guardians (62-54)When: Tuesday, August 16Time: 7:10 p.m. ETWhere: Progressive Field (Cleveland, Ohio)Channel: Bally Sports DetroitStream: DirecTV StreamBuy Tigers gear : Fanatics, Amazon, LidsBuy Tigers tickets: StubHub, SeatGeek, TicketmasterStream Tigers games live: DirecTV StreamCheck out the MLB standings and results on MLB.commlive.com
Tigers lose 8th straight as strikeouts keep piling up
The Tigers (43-74) have now lost eight in a row, and four games in that skid have come against the first-place Guardians (62-53). But then a familiar culprit took over: Tons and tons of strikeouts. The Tigers struck out 13 times, including 10 against Guardians starter Aaron Civale. The 1-1 tie persisted until the seventh, when Tigers reliever Andrew Chafin entered with two runners one. Box scoreUp nextThe Tigers and Guardians play Game 2 of Monday’s doubleheader 40 minutes after the conclusion of the opener.mlive.com
How to Watch the Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Guardians - MLB (7/16/22) | Channel, Start Time, Preview
In the latter-half of another four-game series against an American League Central rival, the Detroit Tigers prepare for an afternoon clash with the Cleveland Guardians on Saturday. Watch the Detroit Tigers on DirecTV StreamThe Tigers and Guardians went down-to-the-wire in the second game of the series on Friday night. With the Tigers on another losing slide, they continue to fall further and further away from any postseason race. PROBABLE STARTERSDET: Michael Pineda (2-4, 3.58 ERA)CLE: Cal Quantrill (5-5, 3.99 ERA)Check out more stories about the Detroit Tigers here on MLiveWhat: MLB BaseballWho: Detroit Tigers (37-54) vs. Cleveland Guardians (45-44)When: Saturday, July 16Time: 4:10 p.m. ETWhere: Progressive Field (Cleveland, Ohio)Channel: Bally Sports Detroit, FOX Sports 1Stream: DirecTV Stream, FuboTVBuy Tigers gear : Fanatics, Amazon, LidsBuy Tigers tickets: StubHub, SeatGeek, TicketmasterStream Tigers games live: DirecTV StreamCheck out the MLB standings and results on MLB.commlive.com
Twins newcomer Happ back on mound after positive virus test
The two-time AL Central champion Twins are hoping Happ can give them a veteran presence at the back of their rotation. Ian Anderson pitched two scoreless innings, allowing three hits and a walk. Houston piggy-backed a pair of starters with Framber Valdez yielding McNeil's homer in the first two innings, striking out two. AdBLUE JAYS 4, PHILLIES 2 (6)Steven Matz allowed a hit in two scoreless innings, striking out three without a walk. CUBS 3, ROYALS 2 (7)Outfielder Rafael Ortega, who signed a minor league deal with Chicago after playing 34 games for Atlanta last season, hit a bases-loaded triple.
Cleveland Indians trade superstar SS Francisco Lindor, beloved SP Carlos Carrasco to Mets for 4 players
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor prepares to bat during baseball practice at Progressive Field, Monday, July 6, 2020, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians have traded superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor and beloved pitcher Carlos Carrasco to the New York Mets for four players in a mega blockbuster MLB trade. pic.twitter.com/Jk2XqNIgaU — Cleveland Indians (@Indians) January 7, 2021Cleveland is receiving young infielders Amed Rosario and Andres Gimenez, as well as prospects Isaiah Greene and Josh Wolf, in the deal. FILE - Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor singles off Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Matthew Boyd during the sixth inning of a baseball game, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020, in Cleveland. A rotation that was at the top of the league as recently as 2018 no longer features Corey Kluber, Mike Clevinger, Carlos Carrasco or Trevor Bauer.
Mega deal: Indians trade star Lindor, Carrasco to Mets
The Cleveland Indians have agreed to trade four-time All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and pitcher Carlos Carrasco to the New York Mets, a person with direct knowledge of the deal told the Associated Press on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021. The cash-strapped Indians sent Lindor and Carrasco to the Mets on Thursday for young infielders Andrés Giménez and Amed Rosario, and two minor league prospects: right-hander Josh Wolf and outfielder Isaiah Greene. "They did not come cheaply,” Mets president Sandy Alderson said of Lindor and Carrasco. One of his next big-ticket items figures to be trying to sign Lindor to a long-term contract, something the Indians couldn't do. New York also signed injured right-hander Noah Syndergaard to a $9.7 million, one-year deal, avoiding arbitration.
Phils' Arrieta out for regular season with hamstring injury
Philadelphia Phillies' Jake Arrieta pitches during the third inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)PHILADELPHIA – Phillies right-hander Jake Arrieta will not pitch again in the regular season because of a strained right hamstring. Manager Joe Girardi said on Thursday that Arrieta could return to the rotation if the Phillies make the playoffs. Arrieta said after the game “there’s no question in my mind” he would return for the playoffs. The 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner is in the final season of a $75 million, three-year contract.
DeGrom exits with hamstring spasm, Mets rally past Phils 5-4
New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom points to the outside during the first inning of a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)PHILADELPHIA – Jacob deGrom exited early from a rare rough outing because of a right hamstring spasm, but the New York Mets overcame a four-run deficit and rallied past the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 on Thursday night. They hit deGrom uncharacteristically hard in the second to take a 3-0 lead. Andrew Knapp knocked an RBI double to right, Haseley hit a sacrifice fly and Andrew McCutchen’s fielder’s choice capped the scoring against deGrom. Like deGrom, Wheeler was bothered by an injury — though one more gross than severe.
Mets' Smith follows plea with HR; Rosario gets road walkoff
Back in his comfort zone Friday night, the New York Mets outfielder took a starring role in a Subway Series instant classic. We all were extremely happy to just be back on the field and be back playing baseball, Smith said. Smith, a 25-year-old Black man, cried Wednesday night reflecting on a recent shooting by police of a Black man in Wisconsin. 42 for the second game only. Inspired by the emotional comments from the usually upbeat Smith, the Mets staged a walkout protest against racial injustice with the Miami Marlins on Thursday night.
Marlins shut down Mets 4-0
(AP Photo/John Minchillo)NEW YORK Miguel Rojas two-run single capped a three-run second inning and four pitchers combined on an eight-hitter to lead the Miami Marlins past the New York Mets 4-0 on Tuesday night in the first game of a doubleheader. It was the Mets first game since a player and a coach tested positive for the coronavirus. The Marlins scored all their runs against Rick Porcello (1-4) with a pair of two-out rallies. The Mets didnt pitch deGrom Tuesday because he didnt get his usual between starts mound work in until Monday. Marlins: Elieser Hernandez (1-0, 2.29 ERA) is looking to win back-to-back starts for the first time as a big leaguer.