Detroit 29-65 | 17-31 away
vs Cleveland 56-41 | 31-21 home
Sunday 1:10pm ET

Detroit vs Cleveland Predictions

Sun, Jun 23, 1:10pm ET at Progressive Field
Starting Pitchers
D Norris (2-5) ERA: 4.40
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.5 ER: 2.3 IP: 5.4
Zach Plesac (2-2) ERA: 2.56
L3: S/O: 5.7 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2.3 IP: 6.4

Consensus Picks

Computer CLE -180 u/9.5
*Community CLE -180 67% u/9.5 50%

*Consensus from 1673 predictions.

34330thEarned Run Average3.8428th
.23429thQuality Starts01st
30th OFFENSE 21st
30th Hits 26th
24th Strike Outs 11th
19th DEFENSE 6th
18th Hits 7th
30th Strike Outs 4th
2019 AL Central Standings
Minnesota 59 38 .608 L2
Cleveland 56 41 .577 L1
Chicago 44 51 .463 W2
Kansas City 37 63 .370 W1
Detroit 29 65 .309 L6
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  • Norris gave the Tigers length in his six-inning start on Tuesday, helping Detroit snap a four-game skid. Four of those innings went 1-2-3 in order, and he allowed just two earned runs in the no-decision. Plesac looked sharp against Texas giving up 1 in 7 innings of work and had a no hitter going into the 5th inning. Neither team's offense has been impressive, I like Indians here but at -210 the safer bet might be on the UNDER 9.

    My Pick: Under 9 60%
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  • @Covers • 4w

     Detroit Tigers vs Cleveland Indians on 2019-06-23 added by Covers

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  • @OddsShark • 4w

    Betting Prediction for Detroit Tigers vs Cleveland Indians on June 23, 2019, 1:10 PM ET

     Detroit Tigers vs Cleveland Indians on 2019-06-23 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Cleveland will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @tigers • 4w

    The Detroit News: Bumbling Tigers get swept by Indians again


    (Photo: Tony Dejak, AP)

    Cleveland - The Tigers did about all you can do to lose a baseball game on Sunday.

    Sloppy defense, mental lapses and almost no timely hitting all contributed to the Indians' 8-3 win, completing their second three-game sweep of the Tigers in successive weekends.

    The Tigers have lost seven straight games to the Indians and are 7-28 against them since September 2017. Overall, the Tigers are 4-15 in June.

    This game went awry in the second inning.

    BOX SCORE: Indians 8, Tigers 3

    The Indians, with some assistance from the Tigers defense, scored five times on six hits against Daniel Norris.

  • @tigers • 4w

    Bless You Boys: Indians 8, Tigers 3: At least they scored this time


    JaCoby Jones hit a lead-off home run to open Sunday's matchup against the Cleveland Indians, and Daniel Norris worked a 10-pitch bottom of the first inning. It was a great start for a Tigers club looking to snap a five-game losing streak against the Tribe.

    Unfortunately, the good feelings would end after that. Daniel Norris and the Tigers defense combined to allow five runs -- all charged to Norris as earned runs, somehow -- in the bottom of the second, and the Tigers never recovered, in an 8-3 loss.

  • @Indians • 4w

    Let's Go Tribe: Indians mash past Tigers 8-3 and complete another weekend sweep


    The Cleveland Indians played a baseball game today. The end result of this game -- a success -- was the culmination of ongoing efforts from all members of the organization. We define success as a "win", in which the team for which we root (The Indians) manages to complete the game with more runs than the opposing team. Throughout the following article I hope to delineate the various contributions which field-based members of the organization made that led to its victory, in addition to decisions dictated by their supervisors.

    <strong>A quantitative and qualitative analysis of run-generating activities performed by members of the organization tasked with on-field duties </strong>

    In the game of baseball it is imperative to "generate offense", a catch-all phrase meant to describe the various activities that tend to lead to run production.

  • @tigers • 4w

    The Detroit News: 'Things have to change': Tigers get swept by Indians again


    (Photo: Tony Dejak, AP)

    Cleveland -- It's starting to feel like a broken record, like "Groundhog Day," like nightmare deja vu.

    Sloppy defense, mental lapses and almost no timely hitting again conspired against the Tigers in an 8-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday. The loss completes the Indians' second three-game sweep of the Tigers in successive weekends.

    It was Game 74. Many of the mistakes -- mental and physical -- are repeat offenses.

    "Yeah, repeat offenses, but that's who we are," manager Ron Gardenhire said. "That's who we have. You're relying on guys who aren't playing their best positions.

  • @tigers • 4w

    Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers swept for 2nd straight weekend by Indians, 8-3


    USA TODAY Sport's Bob Nightengale breaks down why the Rays are not likely to get a new stadium in Montreal. USA TODAY

    CLEVELAND - Bobby Bradley doubled and drove in a run in his first major league plate appearance and the Cleveland Indians completed a three-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers with an 8-3 victory on Sunday afternoon.

    Bradley, who leads the International League with 24 home runs, was promoted from Triple-A Columbus earlier in the day and went 1 for 3 with one run and a walk. The 23-year-old first baseman also made a running over-the-shoulder catch in foul territory, delighting the home fans who eagerly awaited his debut.

  • @Indians • 4w

    Let's Go Tribe: 6/23 Game Thread: Indians vs. Tigers


    Good evening.

    Are you prepared for an afternoon of delightful baseball? Well, I sure am.

    Here is the starting lineup:

    There it is. You will notice that Bobby Bradley is playing first base and batting seventh. How cool is that? I think it is pretty cool.

    I hope that he hits several mammoth home runs.

  • @tigers • 4w

    The Detroit News: Toothless Tigers lose again, give Indians pitcher a memorable MLB debut


    Cleveland -- It was supposed to be a good break for the Tigers when Indians starter Mike Clevinger was pulled from his scheduled start here Saturday and placed on the injured list with an ankle injury. It meant they would be facing rookie right-hander Aaron Civale, just called up from Triple-A and making his major-league debut.

    Instead, the Tigers helped him make a special memory.

    Civale, featuring primarily a 90-mph fastball and an 85-mph change-up, blanked the Tigers for six innings. He allowed just two infield singles and the Indians continue their mastery of the Tigers, 2-0.

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