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

Thu, Sep 12, 7:40pm ET at Target Field
Starting Pitchers
Patrick Corbin (11-7) ERA: 3.16
L3: S/O: 8.7 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2 IP: 6
Kyle Gibson (13-6) ERA: 4.58
L3: S/O: 5.7 WHIP: 1.6 ER: 3.2 IP: 5.4
Odds
Open
Current
WSH
MIN
O/U
-110
+100
10
-132
+122
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Consensus Picks


Computer MIN +123 u/9
*Community MIN +122 52% u/9 56%

*Consensus from 1277 predictions.

Highlights
7938thEarned Run Average4.178th
.2637thQuality Starts6410th
.3394thWHIP1.308th
.45310thBAA.25519th
7th OFFENSE 1st
8th Hits 3rd
5th Strike Outs 9th
10th DEFENSE 11th
8th Hits 22nd
7th Strike Outs 12th
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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  • @twitter • 5d
    MLB

    Washington Nationals on Twitter: "Stephen Strasburg is the only NL pitcher with 17 wins this season. He also has 229 strikeouts and a 3.22 FIP. #Strasmas // #OnePursuit https://t.co/xI4V978bja"Stephen Strasburg is the only NL pitcher with 17 wins this season. He also has 229 strikeouts and a 3.22 FIP. #Strasmas // #OnePursuit https://t.co/JLLGoEgRWN https://twitter.com/Nationals/status/1171983771626700800?s=20

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  • @Covers • 5d
     Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on 2019-09-12 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Minnesota Twins
    (54% consensus). Ryan Zimmerman has made his presence felt since returning from a long absence due to a foot injury and looks to continue his power surge when the Washington Nationals visit the Minnesota Twins for the rubber match of a three-game interleague set Thursday. Zimmerman had three hits, including a two-run blast, and three RBIs as the Nationals evened the series with a 6-2 victory Wednesday to improve to 10-6 against the American League this year... http://bit.ly/2uBU5tM

  • @OddsShark • 6d
     Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on 2019-09-12 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins on September 12, 2019, 7:40 PM ET

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

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  • @Nationals • 5d
    MLB

    Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals at Minnesota Twins: GameThread 145 of 162

    WEATHER: Rainy, 66deg

    <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. Matt Adams - 1B

    8. Victor Robles - CF

    9. Yan Gomes - C

    P. Patrick Corbin - LHP

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    Tonight's Lineups: <strong>GIBSON VS THE NATIONALS:</strong> <strong>CORBIN VS THE TWINS:</strong>

    WEATHER: Rainy, 66deg

    <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. Matt Adams - 1B

    8. Victor Robles - CF

    9. Yan Gomes - C

    P. Patrick Corbin - LHP

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    Tonight's Lineups: <strong>GIBSON VS THE NATIONALS:</strong> <strong>CORBIN VS THE TWINS:</strong>

  • @Nationals • 5d
    MLB

    Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals' lineup for the series finale with the Minnesota Twins

    Ryan Zimmerman went 3 for 4 in last night's 6-2 win over the Minnesota Twins, connecting for his sixth home run of the season in the top of the third inning, a two-run blast that went 397 ft. to left field in Target Field.

    Zimmerman has now hit safely in 5 of 7 games since he was reinstated from the Injured List back on September 1, going 7 for 24 (.292/.320/.708) with a total of three home runs and 10 RBIs over that span.

    Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez talked after the Nats evened things up in the three-game series with the Twins, about signs that Zimmerman's swing is where they like it to be, after a longer-than-usual rehab stint following his second trip to the IL this season for issues related to plantar fasciitis.

    Ryan Zimmerman went 3 for 4 in last night's 6-2 win over the Minnesota Twins, connecting for his sixth home run of the season in the top of the third inning, a two-run blast that went 397 ft. to left field in Target Field.

    Zimmerman has now hit safely in 5 of 7 games since he was reinstated from the Injured List back on September 1, going 7 for 24 (.292/.320/.708) with a total of three home runs and 10 RBIs over that span.

    Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Martinez talked after the Nats evened things up in the three-game series with the Twins, about signs that Zimmerman's swing is where they like it to be, after a longer-than-usual rehab stint following his second trip to the IL this season for issues related to plantar fasciitis.

  • @Twins • 6d

    Fansided: Minnesota Twins: Eddie Rosario has a rough night as Twins fall to Nationals

    The MInnesota Twins are going to need everything they can get from their outfield in the coming weeks. With Byron Buxton now out for the season while Max Kepler and Jake Cave both nurse nagging injuries, one of the players that is going to fall under the microscope is Eddie Rosario.

    As the Twins continue to adjust to life without their starting outfield (although they hope to get Kepler and Cave back before this weekend's divisional showdown with the Cleveland Indians), Rosario didn't get off on the right track as he made a key mistake in right field and followed it up with a brutal at-bat in a clutch situation as part of a 6-2 loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night.

    The MInnesota Twins are going to need everything they can get from their outfield in the coming weeks. With Byron Buxton now out for the season while Max Kepler and Jake Cave both nurse nagging injuries, one of the players that is going to fall under the microscope is Eddie Rosario.

    As the Twins continue to adjust to life without their starting outfield (although they hope to get Kepler and Cave back before this weekend's divisional showdown with the Cleveland Indians), Rosario didn't get off on the right track as he made a key mistake in right field and followed it up with a brutal at-bat in a clutch situation as part of a 6-2 loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night.

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