Cleveland vs Detroit Predictions
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Shane Bieber is a great real life pitcher but doesn't get too much attentnion because his strike out rate isn't too crazy. He does a great job limiting opponents and this Tiger team is nothing to fear in it's own right. On the other side Gregory Soto is making a spot start for Kyle Funkouser and Soto hasn't looked good at all this year. He hasnt' pitched more than 4 innings in a game and he's giving up 14 runs in his 9.2 innings pitched this year. With that being said, I think he does a little better today and he is still a major league pitcher. I like the under in this match up because I just don't think these numbers are this sustanable or he woudln't be in the majors. You can get under 9 even money right now and that's what I'm going to take today
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Bieber has one good start in his last 3 games over his last three outings, and has given up 13 runs in 13 innings of work but oddly enough hes won two of those and hasnt even recorded a loss since May 13 on the road against the White Sox. Biebers two bad starts came against the Yankees and Boston, so I think we can trust him in this spot against a Detroit offense that ranks 29th. I'll lay the juice with the Indians on the road.50%
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Cleveland Indians (65% consensus). Jake Bauers responded to the talk of sending him to the minor leagues by hitting for the cycle in the series opener and looks to get on a roll when his Cleveland Indians visit the Detroit Tigers on Saturday. Bauers, who was 4-for-29 in eight games coming in to drop his average to .209, capped his special night with a two-run homer in the eighth inning and finished 4-for-5 with four RBIs in Fridays 13-4 victory... http://bit.ly/2J48iCE
Betting Prediction for Cleveland Indians vs Detroit Tigers on June 15, 2019, 6:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Cleveland will Win and the Total will go Under .
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NEO Sports Insiders: Martin Swipes Home, Bieber Collects 6th Win as Indians Roll Past Detroit 4-2
The Indians trip to Detroit has netted them two solid wins in two days, as Shane Bieber was very good, and Leonys Martin stole home in the team's 4-2 win at Comerica Park.
Beiber went into the 8th inning of the win, and already up 3-2 Martin stole home in the 8th to put the Tribe up by two which was more than enough.
The team with the win now sits at 36-33 on the year, and the team's recent success continues, as following a 5-3 homestand the team with two straight wins has won seven of their last 10.
Bless You Boys: Indians 4, Tigers 2: Detroit offense absent again in yet another loss
The Detroit Tigers didn't collect their first hit until the fifth inning, and the offense didn't show much more life after that as the Tigers dropped their third game in a row, this one a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Cleveland Indians on Saturday evening at Comerica Park.
The game started well enough for the Tigers. Lefthander Gregory Soto, recently recalled from Triple-A Toledo, was effectively wild. He walked four batters in four innings, but also avoided the nightmare innings that have plagued him the second time through the order. He was able to dance out of trouble time and again, eventually recording four scoreless innings.
Let's Go Tribe: Shane Bieber's 12 strikeouts lead Indians over Tigers
I would love to point to Shane Bieber's dominant outing tonight as his best of the season, but nothing can top what he did to the Orioles last month. Taking strength of opponent into account, this might not have even been his second best outing of 2019. He's had too many good outings this season in general; it's a rough life. Truly.
Instead, let's just call this start that resulted in a 4-2 victory a very, very, very, very good one.
Bieber's slider was absolutely filthy tonight, and combined with pinpoint control of his four-seam fastball, he was able to make the Tigers lineup look even worse than they really are.
NEO Sports Insiders: Bieber Looks to Rebound as the Indians Look to Make it Two Straight Against the Tigers
Following Friday night's huge outburst of offensive scoring 13 runs on 17 hits, the Indians will look for two in a row with a Saturday evening matchup with the Detroit Tigers in Comerica Park.
It was a historic night for the Indians Friday, as Jake Bauers hit for the cycle, finishing it up in perfect fashion with a homer in the 8th inning to complete the feat.
Bauers was just part of the big night of offense, as the team put up eight runs in the fourth inning to break the game open on the way to the 13-4 victory.
Detroit Free Press: Miggy homers, but Tigers get crushed in 13-4 loss to Indians
For a minute on Friday, it looked like the old Tigers.
You know, the way, way, way back Tigers that had the fearsome power of Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and J.D. Martinez at their disposal.
Before it all went sideways and the Tigers gave up eight runs in the fourth inning of a 13-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park, there was actually a little spark in these Tigers' bats.
And it started with Cabrera, who hit an opposite-field solo home run, his fourth of the season, off Adam Plutko in the second inning.
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians: Time, TV, radio info
Detroit Tigers (25-41) vs. Cleveland Indians (35-33)
When: 6:10 p.m.
Where: Comerica Park, Detroit.
TV: Fox Sports Detroit.
Radio: 97.1 FM in Detroit (Tigers radio affiliates).
Starting pitchers: Tigers TBD vs. Indians RHP Shane Bieber.
More: Miggy homers, but Tigers get crushed in 13-4 loss to Indians
Tigers lineup: To be posted.
Bless You Boys: Indians 13, Tigers 4: Bauers gets a cycle, Tigers left out to dry
I've decided to use an image from the best part of this game, because that's how I'd like to remember it. Miguel Cabrera hitting his fourth home run of the year -- and longest of the season -- followed by a Brandon Dixon home run. Back to back. At the time this felt like a great boon. Ryan Carpenter had just given up two runs in the top of the second inning, and the Tigers had tied the game off of two hits.
Then JaCoby Jones turned a would-be single into a triple, and was able to score off a Christin Stewart sac fly.
The Detroit News: Bauers' cycle leads Indians to series-opening rout of Tigers
Detroit -- Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire joked that he wouldn't know Saturday's starting pitcher until he saw how the Tigers pitchers did in Friday's game.
They didn't provide much comfort.
Starter Ryan Carpenter didn't record an out in the fourth inning and gave up eight runs (six earned) on eight hits. Things didn't get much better the rest of the way, as the Indians exploded for an eight-run fourth inning, en route to a 13-4 victory on Friday night at Comerica Park.
The Tigers got back-to-back home runs from Miguel Cabrera and Brandon Dixon in the second inning, tying it, 2-2, after the Indians scored two in the top of the inning, on an RBI double by Jake Bauers scoring Jason Kipnis, and Roberto Perez scoring on a fielder's choice by Francisco Lindor.
NEO Sports Insiders: Bauers Goes Bonkers, Hits For the Cycle as Indians Roar Past Tigers 13-4 in Detroit
A lot of Indians onlookers as of late have been calling for the team to send outfielder/first basemen Jake Bauers to the minors to get more seasoning.
Friday night in Detroit, he showed those naysayers why he still belongs at the big league level - at least for now.
Bauers was at the forefront of a rare Indians power display, hitting for the cycle as the Tribe buried the Detroit Tigers 13-4 at Comerica Park in Detroit.
The Indians scored eight times in the fourth inning to completely break the game open, and rolled from there putting up 13 runs on 17 hits.