TV, time, probables for Wednesday’s doubleheader
When: Video Game 1, 7 innings, 4:10 p.m Wednesday; Video game 2, 7 innings, thirty minutes after Video game 1.
Where: Progressive Field in Cleveland.
TELEVISION: Bally Sports Detroit.
Radio: WXYT-FM (97.1) in Detroit (Tigers radio affiliates).
Game-time projection: Partially cloudy, 78 degrees, 25% opportunity of rain.
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Video game 1 beginning pitchers: Tigers RHP Jose Urena (2-8, 6.00 AGE) vs. Cleveland RHP J.C. Mejia (1-2, 4.94 AGE).
Video game 1 Tigers lineup: TBA.
Video game 2 beginning pitchers: Tigers RHP Wily Peralta (0-1, 5.00 AGE) vs. Cleveland RHP Cal Quantrill (0-2, 3.64 AGE).
• VIDEO GAME 2 BOX RATING
Video game 2 Tigers lineup: TBA.
Video game notes: Tuesday’s video game was canceled due to the fact that of rain, triggering a doubleheader. Both video games will be 7 innings. Urena will attempt to ravel a current rough spot in Wednesday’s very first video game. He’s quit 21 made runs over 14 innings (4 starts) in June.
The Tigers complete the series behind Wily Peralta, who’s making his 2nd start of the season. Detroit is unwinding a strong month of baseball, having actually played .500 ball (13-12) heading into the three-game set with Cleveland. Next, the Tigers head back house for a trio of video games with the White Sox. Detroit will attempt to win its very first series (0-3) of the year vs. Chicago. Cleveland will counter Wednesday with Cal Quantrill (23 looks, 5 starts). After the Tigers head house, the Houston Astros concern Cleveland.
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