Washington 82-67 | 40-36 away
vs Minnesota 92-58 | 42-33 home
Tuesday 7:40pm ET
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Washington vs Minnesota Predictions

Tue, Sep 10, 7:40pm ET at Target Field
Starting Pitchers
Anibal Sanchez (8-7) ERA: 4.11
L3: S/O: 4.7 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 3.3 IP: 6
Jose Berrios (11-8) ERA: 3.78
L3: S/O: 6.3 WHIP: 2 ER: 4 IP: 5.4
Odds
Open
Current
WSH
MIN
O/U
+130
-140
10
+120
-130
10.5

Consensus Picks


Computer WSH +125 u/10.5
*Community MIN -130 68% u/10.5 67%

*Consensus from 1832 predictions.

Highlights
7938thEarned Run Average4.178th
.2637thQuality Starts6410th
.3394thWHIP1.308th
.45310thBAA.25519th
7th OFFENSE 1st
8th Hits 2nd
5th Strike Outs 9th
9th DEFENSE 12th
9th Hits 22nd
6th Strike Outs 11th
2019 NL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Atlanta 93 58 .616 L1
Washington 82 67 .550 L1
Philadelphia 76 72 .514 L2
New York 77 73 .513 L2
Miami 52 98 .347 L2
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 92 58 .613 W1
Cleveland 87 63 .580 W1
Chicago 65 85 .433 L3
Kansas City 56 95 .371 W1
Detroit 45 104 .302 W1
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  • @Covers • 7d
     Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on 2019-09-10 added by Covers

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    (66% consensus). The Minnesota Twins biggest fear this month in their quest for the American League Central title may ultimately be health, as they prepare to host the Washington Nationals for the opener of a three-game interleague series Tuesday night. The Twins were missing four regulars and another left the game early Sunday as they dropped a 5-2 decision to Cleveland, which reduced their lead in the division to 5 1/2 games... http://bit.ly/2J2KXkJ

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     Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on 2019-09-10 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on September 10, 2019, 7:40 PM ET

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

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  • @Nationals • 7d
    MLB

    Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals at Minnesota Twins: GameThread 143 of 162

    WEATHER: Sunny, 74deg

    <b>* D.C. Starting Lineup: </b>

    1. Trea Turner - SS

    2. Adam Eaton - RF

    3. #RENDONISREADY - 3B

    4. Juan Soto - LF

    5. Howie Kendrick - DH

    6. Asdrubal Cabrera - 2B

    7. THE KIDS CALL HIM ZIM!! - 1B (Word.)

    8. Yan Gomes - C

    9. Victor Robles - CF

    P. Anibal Sanchez - RHP

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    Tonight's Lineups: <strong>BERRIOS VS THE NATIONALS:</strong> <strong>SANCHEZ VS THE TWINS:</strong>

    WEATHER: Sunny, 74deg

    <b>* D.C. Starting Lineup: </b>

    1. Trea Turner - SS

    2. Adam Eaton - RF

    3. #RENDONISREADY - 3B

    4. Juan Soto - LF

    5. Howie Kendrick - DH

    6. Asdrubal Cabrera - 2B

    7. THE KIDS CALL HIM ZIM!! - 1B (Word.)

    8. Yan Gomes - C

    9. Victor Robles - CF

    P. Anibal Sanchez - RHP

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    Tonight's Lineups: <strong>BERRIOS VS THE NATIONALS:</strong> <strong>SANCHEZ VS THE TWINS:</strong>

  • @Nationals • 7d
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    Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals drop series opener to Jose Berrios and the Minnesota Twins, 5-0

    It was an old-fashioned pitchers' duel in Target Field, where the Washington Nationals and Minnesota Twins played one another for the first time since 2016. It was also the Nationals' first visit to Minneapolis since 2008, and their first series in Target Field, which didn't open until 2010.

    Twins' starter Jose Berrios and Nationals' right-hander Anibal Sanchez matched one another with six scoreless innings each, but Berrios got through the seventh, and Sanchez blinked first, giving up a leadoff double by Eddie Rosario and a two-run home run by Mitch Garver (30) in the first two at bats of the bottom of the seventh inning, 2-0.

    It was an old-fashioned pitchers' duel in Target Field, where the Washington Nationals and Minnesota Twins played one another for the first time since 2016. It was also the Nationals' first visit to Minneapolis since 2008, and their first series in Target Field, which didn't open until 2010.

    Twins' starter Jose Berrios and Nationals' right-hander Anibal Sanchez matched one another with six scoreless innings each, but Berrios got through the seventh, and Sanchez blinked first, giving up a leadoff double by Eddie Rosario and a two-run home run by Mitch Garver (30) in the first two at bats of the bottom of the seventh inning, 2-0.

  • @Twins • 7d

    Fansided: Minnesota Twins: Jose Berrios bounces back as Twins defeat Nationals

    On almost all facets, the Minnesota Twins are reeling down the stretch. With Michael Pineda getting slapped with a 60-game suspension for PEDs and Byron Buxton being ruled out for the season after shoulder surgery, the rest of the Twins roster was pretty banged up as they opened a three-game series with the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.

    With things trending in the opposite direction, the Twins got a spark from starter Jose Berrios, who put his recent struggles behind him and delivered the type of gem Minnesota will need down the stretch in a 5-0 victory over the Nationals at Target Field.

    On almost all facets, the Minnesota Twins are reeling down the stretch. With Michael Pineda getting slapped with a 60-game suspension for PEDs and Byron Buxton being ruled out for the season after shoulder surgery, the rest of the Twins roster was pretty banged up as they opened a three-game series with the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.

    With things trending in the opposite direction, the Twins got a spark from starter Jose Berrios, who put his recent struggles behind him and delivered the type of gem Minnesota will need down the stretch in a 5-0 victory over the Nationals at Target Field.

  • @Nationals • 7d
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    Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals' lineup for the series opener with the Minnesota Twins in Target Field...

    Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez talked after Saturday night's loss in Atlanta about his message for the team, to make sure they weren't pressing and focused on their place in the NL East standings, after a third consecutive loss.

    He said he wanted them to stick to their goal of winning each game, or going 1-0 every day, as Martinez likes to say.

    "Just keep everything simple, that's what I want them to do, stay one game at a time, stay in the moment, we're in the here and now."

    Asked if he felt the need to reiterate his message and make sure his team remained focused on the task at hand, especially after they dropped three in a row to the Braves and four in a row overall last week, the second-year skipper said there was a lot of pressure, which made it even more important to stick with the approach he's preached all season.

    Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez talked after Saturday night's loss in Atlanta about his message for the team, to make sure they weren't pressing and focused on their place in the NL East standings, after a third consecutive loss.

    He said he wanted them to stick to their goal of winning each game, or going 1-0 every day, as Martinez likes to say.

    "Just keep everything simple, that's what I want them to do, stay one game at a time, stay in the moment, we're in the here and now."

    Asked if he felt the need to reiterate his message and make sure his team remained focused on the task at hand, especially after they dropped three in a row to the Braves and four in a row overall last week, the second-year skipper said there was a lot of pressure, which made it even more important to stick with the approach he's preached all season.

  • @Nationals • 7d
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    Federal Baseball: Wire Taps: Nationals and Twins start 3-game set in Target Field; Anthony Rendon MVP & FA chatter + more Nats links...

    We don't blame anyone. Taking the day off on Monday to rest up for the stretch run was a smart move for everyone covering the Nationals.

    It did make the search for links a little bit more difficult though. We found what we could.

    Catch up on the latest news while you wait for the series opener in Target Field tonight...

    <strong>NATS BEAT:</strong>

    Daunting September stretch continues in Minnesota - (MASN)
    "Nobody in the majors scores more runs per game (5.8) than Minnesota. Nobody has hit more home runs (275).

    We don't blame anyone. Taking the day off on Monday to rest up for the stretch run was a smart move for everyone covering the Nationals.

    It did make the search for links a little bit more difficult though. We found what we could.

    Catch up on the latest news while you wait for the series opener in Target Field tonight...

    <strong>NATS BEAT:</strong>

    Daunting September stretch continues in Minnesota - (MASN)
    "Nobody in the majors scores more runs per game (5.8) than Minnesota. Nobody has hit more home runs (275).

  • @Twins • 7d

    Fansided: Minnesota Twins series preview: Twins look to buck Target Field woes against Nationals

    Whoever said there is no place like home might want to check in on the Minnesota Twins. Although their season mark at Target Field is respectable at 40-31 entering Tuesday's series opener with the Washington Nationals, the Twins have been a different team at home than they have been on the road.

    This has been especially true since the All-Star break, where the Twins have a 2-6-1 record in series at Target Field. Over that stretch, the Twins have also compiled a record of 12-16 in Minnesota, which might make Twins fans be OK that they would probably begin any potential postseason run on the road.

    Whoever said there is no place like home might want to check in on the Minnesota Twins. Although their season mark at Target Field is respectable at 40-31 entering Tuesday's series opener with the Washington Nationals, the Twins have been a different team at home than they have been on the road.

    This has been especially true since the All-Star break, where the Twins have a 2-6-1 record in series at Target Field. Over that stretch, the Twins have also compiled a record of 12-16 in Minnesota, which might make Twins fans be OK that they would probably begin any potential postseason run on the road.

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