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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 5/23/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
MINNESOTA  DIAMOND )
 
DETROIT  PORCELLO )
+1.5  -145

-1.5  +125
+150

-160

9un
 
6
Final
7

MINNESOTA (18 - 25) at DETROIT (25 - 19)
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Thursday, 5/23/2013 7:05 PM
SCOTT DIAMOND (L) vs. RICK PORCELLO (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
903MINNESOTA+165Ov 9.5,-110+150Ov 9,+105
904DETROIT-175Un 9.5,-110-160Un 9,-125
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games18-25-1.220-224.40.2460.3134.90.2910.342
Road Games9-12+2.19-114.20.2370.3094.70.2830.333
vs Right-handed Starters15-21-0.714-214.20.2400.3094.50.2890.339
Past 7 Games0-7-7.44-32.90.2290.2816.70.3080.387
Grass Games18-25-1.220-224.40.2460.3134.90.2910.342
Night Games8-16-614-105.00.2580.3215.60.3160.363
Division7-10-0.26-103.80.2330.3134.10.2770.325
MINNESOTA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.40.2460.313431476363119330.021801453531831829204914
Road Games4.20.2370.3092173317456180.0285761977165146243
Righty Starters4.20.2400.30936123529798270.021441223091626424164412
MINNESOTA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.081.201160.7615513314601414-69660%
Road Games2.691.12080.3242462928723-46460%

DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games25-19-4.227-165.40.2820.3484.20.2440.304
Home Games13-7-1.814-56.20.3070.3754.10.2400.304
vs Left-handed Starters3-6-86-25.40.2730.3485.40.2690.335
Past 7 Games3-4-3.64-35.30.2690.3396.30.3050.357
Grass Games25-19-4.227-165.40.2820.3484.20.2440.304
Night Games16-7+6.813-106.00.2860.3553.90.2410.287
Division7-6-46-75.00.2690.3354.50.2440.325
DETROIT - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games5.40.2820.348441602452140490.032331623081735241173431
Home Games6.20.3070.3752068721166250.041227511761492121514
Lefty Starters5.40.2730.34893309027120.044938601747499
DETROIT - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.901.284136.359591119641503-88657.1%
Home Games4.591.51051262645432510-44357.1%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MINNESOTA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/9/2013CORREIA(R)@ BOSTONLACKEY(R)5-3W1559.5 unU6419102
5/10/2013PELFREY(R)BALTIMOREHAMMEL(R)6-9L+1058.5 ovO119218110
5/11/2013WORLEY(R)BALTIMOREJOHNSON(R)8-5W-1108.5 unO10611280
5/12/2013DIAMOND(L)BALTIMORECHEN(L)0-6L-1058 unU8811160
5/13/2013HERNANDEZ(L)CHI WHITE SOXSANTIAGO(L)10-3W+1008 ovO12701071
5/14/2013CORREIA(R)CHI WHITE SOXPEAVY(R)2-4L+1058.5 ovU6301261
5/15/2013PELFREY(R)CHI WHITE SOXAXELROD(R)4-9L-1359 unO11901490
5/17/2013WORLEY(R)BOSTONBUCHHOLZ(R)2-3L+1308.5 unU45110110
5/18/2013DIAMOND(L)BOSTONDEMPSTER(R)5-12L+1109 ovO121301360
5/19/2013HERNANDEZ(L)BOSTONLACKEY(R)1-5L+11510 unU56111111
5/20/2013CORREIA(R)@ ATLANTATEHERAN(R)1-5L1408.5 unU670950
5/21/2013PELFREY(R)@ ATLANTAHUDSON(R)4-5L1858.5 ovO10901060
5/22/2013WORLEY(R)@ ATLANTAMAHOLM(L)3-8L1707.5 unO9901081
5/23/2013DIAMOND(L)@ DETROITPORCELLO(R) 
5/24/2013DEDUNO(R)@ DETROITSANCHEZ(R) 
5/25/2013CORREIA(R)@ DETROITFISTER(R) 
5/26/2013PELFREY(R)@ DETROITSCHERZER(R) 
5/27/2013WORLEY(R)@ MILWAUKEEBURGOS(R) 
5/28/2013DIAMOND(L)@ MILWAUKEEPERALTA(R) 
5/29/2013DEDUNO(R)MILWAUKEEESTRADA(R) 
5/30/2013 MILWAUKEE  

DETROIT - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/9/2013FISTER(R)@ WASHINGTONHAREN(R)4-5L-1207.5 ovO1291970
5/10/2013SCHERZER(R)CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)10-4W-1858.5 unO1580612
5/11/2013VERLANDER(R)CLEVELANDJIMENEZ(R)6-7L-2608 unO76112131
5/12/2013PORCELLO(R)CLEVELANDMCALLISTER(R)3-4L-1409 unU990891
5/13/2013SANCHEZ(R)HOUSTONNORRIS(R)7-2W-3058 unO920760
5/14/2013FISTER(R)HOUSTONHARRELL(R)6-2W-2958.5 unU1070530
5/15/2013SCHERZER(R)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)5-7L-3509 unO870821
5/16/2013VERLANDER(R)@ TEXASDARVISH(R)4-10L1057.5 unO7511030
5/17/2013PORCELLO(R)@ TEXASTEPESCH(R)2-1W11510.5 unU6101881
5/18/2013SANCHEZ(R)@ TEXASGRIMM(R)2-7L-1309.5 evU7521390
5/19/2013FISTER(R)@ TEXASHOLLAND(L)8-11L1209 unO131011890
5/21/2013SCHERZER(R)@ CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)5-1W-1359 unU1190340
5/22/2013VERLANDER(R)@ CLEVELANDJIMENEZ(R)11-7W-1508 ovO14701380
5/23/2013PORCELLO(R)MINNESOTADIAMOND(L) 
5/24/2013SANCHEZ(R)MINNESOTADEDUNO(R) 
5/25/2013FISTER(R)MINNESOTACORREIA(R) 
5/26/2013SCHERZER(R)MINNESOTAPELFREY(R) 
5/27/2013VERLANDER(R)PITTSBURGHLIRIANO(L) 
5/28/2013PORCELLO(R)PITTSBURGHGOMEZ(R) 
5/29/2013SANCHEZ(R)@ PITTSBURGHBURNETT(R) 
5/30/2013 @ PITTSBURGH  
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MINNESOTA: HITTING: OF BEN REVERE's slap-and-run style fits well in spacious Target Field. He will compete with lefty Chris Parmelee for the starting RF job. OF DENARD SPAN should be over his concussion problems. He works the count well as a steady presence near the top of the order. C JOE MAUER will see more time at first in an attempt to keep him healthy. Offensively, he'll be limited by a pitcher-friendly home park and no support in the lineup. RYAN DOUMIT has a chance to play regularly and stay healthy as a full-time DH and/or backing up Mauer behind the dish. 1B JUSTIN MORNEAU's concussion symptoms came back late last year. It's a bad omen. OF JOSH WILLINGHAM is being relied on to produce runs, but he's going from one pitcher-friendly home park (Oakland) to another. 3B DANNY VALENCIA showed enough power in 2011 to secure an everyday job heading into 2012. Newly signed SS JAMEY CARROLL has done a nice job off the bench, but hasn't been tested in an everyday role. If hamstring problems are still holding him back, 2B ALEXI CASILLA has won the second-base job ahead of disappointing import TSUYOSHI NISHIOKA, who will start the year in the minors.
STARTING PITCHING: Who would have thought CARL PAVANO would emerge as the picture of consistency and durability? While he's far from a star, the veteran continues to be a rock for Minnesota, throwing strikes and eating innings. SCOTT BAKER got hurt again last year. If he could ever stay healthy, he's the prototype for success at Target Field'lots of strikeouts, few walks, lots of flyouts. The FRANCISCO LIRIANO rollercoaster nosedived again last year. The Twins have gotten so desperate to keep him healthy that they actually let him pitch more over the offseason. He's obviously a huge risk again. BRIAN DUENSING, NICK BLACKBURN and JASON MARQUIS are all the definition of fifth starter. They serve it up, give up a lot of hard-hit balls, and hope they get hit right at their defenders. If Duensing and Blackburn falter, ANTHONY SWARZAK probably pitched well enough last year to get a shot in the rotation. LIAM HENDRICKS, one of the organization's better prospects, would be a slightly more exciting option.
RELIEF PITCHING: Despite his underwhelming performance last year, MATT CAPPS will pitch the ninth inning again because of his 'closer's experience.' He figures to be on an undeservedly long leash. GLEN PERKINS certainly proved he deserves to close. He was Minnesota's best reliever in his first full season in the 'pen. His velocity was up as a short reliever, and the lefty was truly overpowering. If things go sour for the Twins again this season (and it seems likely they will), perhaps they'll get serious about Perkins later this year.
DETROIT: HITTING: OF AUSTIN JACKSON doesn't make much contact, but manager Jim Leyland likes his speed in the leadoff spot. RYAN RABURN and RAMON SANTIAGO will split second base duties, with Raburn getting the majority of the starts. 3B MIGUEL CABRERA seems to have cleaned up his act. He's an MVP candidate. So is newcomer 1B PRINCE FIELDER who will try to keep slugging in his move to a pitchers' park. His presence was needed after DH VICTOR MARTINEZ was lost for the season with a knee injury. OF DELMON YOUNG is a pending free agent, and he hit well after escaping spacious Target Field. He'll nab the starting LF job but could also DH. OF BRENNAN BOESCH did enough pre-injury to earn an everyday role, but he'll again be in danger of fading over the summer. SS JHONNY PERALTA had a resurgence in 2011, and he's on the right side of 30. C ALEX AVILA might not hit for average, but his power is legit. Leyland favorite BRANDON INGE and DON KELLY will back up the All-Star corner infielders, so neither expect to get much playing time. Streaky OF ANDY DIRKS is a fourth outfielder. C GERALD LAIRD will spell Avila.
STARTING PITCHING: You can't expect an identical stat line for JUSTIN VERLANDER; his opponent .236 batting average on balls in play suggests there was some luck involved in his MVP season. But he's still the best pitcher in the American League by a wide margin. DOUG FISTER's improved strikeout rate with the Tigers suggests he could sustain success as a quality No. 2 starter. MAX SCHERZER can still be outstanding when he's on, but he was inconsistent again last year. He could figure it out in his late-20s, but time is running out. RICK PORCELLO still has a ways to go. His mid-season success came against some weak lineups. He's still only 23, but he hasn't been able to beat hitters at any level in the pros. The Tigers are still searching for a No. 5 starter. Top prospect JACOB TURNER is only 20, but the Tigers haven't been shy about fast-tracking young arms. He was dominant in the minors, but torched in his first big-league stint. ANDY OLIVER appears to be the front-runner for this role, but DREW SMYLY is also a possibility.
RELIEF PITCHING: JOSE VALVERDE was perfect in 2011, but it was a surprising development considering his sliding K/BB ratio. For Tigers fans, he carries more risk than 49-for-49 would suggest. One of baseball's better set-up men, JOAQUIN BENOIT is an eighth-inning-only guy. He'd take over if Valverde got hurt. OCTAVIO DOTEL is another elite set-up man who will step up as the seventh-inning guy. As good as AL ALBURQUERQUE was in the regular season (one extra-base hit'a double'allowed in 43.1 innings!), he's out until at least the All-Star break after offseason elbow surgery. Lefty DANIEL SCHLERETH has a chance to be the closer of the future, but first he'll need to cut down on the walks.

Last Updated: 9/3/2014 1:38:54 AM EST


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