Correa formally opts out as Twins let Sanó, Bundy, Archer go
Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa formally opted out of his contract to become a free agent, the MLB Players' Association announced Monday. Correa was one of nine major leaguers who exercised options to join the pool of players eligible to sign this offseason with any team. The decision was widely expected since the day Correa surprised the baseball world by signing with the Twins coming out of the lockout, in lieu of the longer-term deal he'd been seeking.news.yahoo.com
Tigers vs. Twins prediction and latest lines today, Tuesday 8/2
The Detroit Tigers fell to the Minnesota Twins on Monday night, so the visitors will try to grab a bounce-back victory on Tuesday. Our experts analyzed Tuesday’s pitching matchup and the odds provided by BetMGM Sportsbook for today’s rematch and made a best bet for the contest. Betting Market Best bet for Tuesday, 8/2 Total over/under prediction Over 9 runs (-105)Do you want an extra $200 in free bets from BetMGM Sportsbook? Twins preview todayThe Tigers and Twins kicked off their three-game series on Monday night. Twins latest odds and linesThe Twins are -190 money line favorites at BetMGM Sportsbook for Tuesday’s rematch, while the Tigers are +160 underdogs.mlive.com
Tigers at Twins predictions and betting preview: Monday, 5/23
The Detroit Tigers split their weekend series with the Cleveland Guardians, and they won 4-2 on Sunday afternoon. Now they play at the Minnesota Twins, and Elvin Rodríguez will start for Detroit against the Twins’ Chris Archer. Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins oddsThe Tigers enter Monday’s matchup as +180 money line underdogs at Caesars Sportsbook, and the Twins’ money line has odds of -210. Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins run line prediction: Twins -1.5 (+100)The Minnesota Twins host the Detroit Tigers after they mounted a six-run comeback victory against the Royals over the weekend. Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins total over/under prediction: Over 8 (-110)Monday’s matchup features two pitchers that have struggled this season, and we predict they’ll give up runs early.mlive.com
Tigers sputter in 7-2 loss to first-place Rays
The Tigers (67-76) and first-place Rays (89-53) have split the first two games of the series. One night after scoring 10 runs against the Rays, the Tigers’ offense sputtered. The Tigers got their first hit off Rays starter Chris Archer when Jonathan Schoop led off the fourth with a double. Tigers outfielder Robbie Grossman hit his team-leading 23rd home run, a solo shot in the ninth inning against reliever Shawn Armstrong. pic.twitter.com/tWwU82Eblc — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) September 12, 2021BOX SCOREUp next: The Tigers and Rays wrap up their three-game series on Sunday at 12:10 p.m.mlive.com
Padres star Tatis feels better, expected back in lineup soon
A day after Tatis walked off the field during an exhibition game in a worrisome scene, the Padres said the discomfort in his left shoulder had improved. In fact he was lobbying to get in the lineup today, so I thought that was very encouraging,” Tingler said. I think everybody’s kind of expecting him to be back in the lineup in the next day or two. AdMichael Pineda was roughed up in his second start for Minnesota, surrendering five runs on nine hits in five innings. Ian Anderson went six innings in his fourth start, allowing four runs on eight hits and a walk.
Bogaerts spring debut after shoulder woe, Tatis HR in return
On that one, we are probably on the same page.”RED SOX 8, RAYS 2Garrett Richards struck out seven in four scoreless innings for Boston. ATHLETICS 5, PADRES 4Fernando Tatis Jr. led off the game with his second spring home run, a smashing return after missing six days with a non-virus bug. The 30-year-old left has pitched four scoreless innings this spring. BREWERS 8, CUBS 3 (7)Brandon Woodruff made his second start for Milwaukee, allowing five hits in two scoreless innings. BRAVES 8, TWINS 5Michael Pineda, who last pitched a full season in 2016, made his first spring start for Minnesota.
Coming home: Padres' Musgrove wears No. 44 to honor Peavy
(AP Photo/Ron Schwane, file)When Joe Musgrove reported to spring training to start his sixth big league season, a brown and gold No. 44 San Diego Padres jersey was hanging in his locker. 44 is a nod to Jake Peavy, the fiery right-hander Musgrove grew up cheering for. "The last few days here, it just feels right.”Musgrove was obtained in a trade with rebuilding Pittsburgh on Jan. 19, the third big trade Padres general manager A.J. Musgrove said he was an energetic and emotional player as a kid, which is why he idolized Peavy, the 2007 NL Cy Young Award winner.
Archer agrees to rejoin Rays on $6.5 million, 1-year deal
FILE - In this Aug. 3, 2019, file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Chris Archer delivers during the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets, in Pittsburgh. Two-time All-Star pitcher Chris Archer has agreed to rejoin the Tampa Bay Rays on a $6.5 million, one-year contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, FIle)ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Two-time All-Star pitcher Chris Archer has agreed to rejoin the Tampa Bay Rays on a $6.5 million, one-year contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press. The AL champion Rays declined a $15 million option on Morton for 2021. He was 6-12 with a 4.92 ERA over two seasons with the Pirates, who declined an $11 million option on his contract for 2021.
LEADING OFF: Indians restrict Clevinger, Plesac; Stanton out
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Mike Clevinger delivers in the first inning in a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)A look at what's happening around the majors Wednesday:C YOU LATERCleveland is minus two of its top starting pitchers after putting Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac on the restricted list. The Indians had implemented a code of conduct for players to follow on road trips, forbidding them from socializing outside of the teams players and staff. MLB permits teams to use the restricted list for players who are unavailable to play for non-baseball reasons. AILING ARMSOpening day starter Joe Musgrove has become the sixth Pittsburgh pitcher put on the injured list this season.