AL Central Division foes will clash on Wednesday night, when the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers continue their series from Comerica Park. Last night, Minnesota scored all of their runs during the seventh inning of a 4-2 road victory. Jake Cave had two hits and scored a run for the Twins, who lead Cleveland by four games for the AL Central Division title.
Thirty-one year old righty Kyle Gibson (13-7 4.88 ERA) will head to the hill for the Twins in this contest. Through 156 plus innings, Gibson has struck out 153 batters and owns a 1.43 WHIP.
The Detroit Tigers have dropped 57 of their 79 home games and own the worst overall record in the majors. On Tuesday, SP Spencer Turnbull allowed two runs over six innings and fell to 3-16 on the year. Dawel Lugo had a pair of doubles and scored a run for the Tigers, who lost for the 110th time.
The Tigers will counter with talented left-hander Daniel Norris (3-13 4.58 ERA) in the series finale. Over his last eight appearances, Norris has given up ten runs across 24 innings of work.