As Miguel Cabrera was taking a sip of coffee in the clubhouse preparing for extra innings on his birthday, Dixon Machado ended Wednesday's game against the Baltimore Orioles with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning.
The Tigers haven't seen the field since Friday because of rain. He is 1-1 thus far with a 2.13 ERA and a 0.95 WHIP.
The right-handed Andrew Cashner will get the start for the visiting Orioles. Liriano has allowed three runs over 12.2 innings of work and has seven strikeouts with five walks.More news: Brokerages Set Lockheed Martin Co. (LMT) PT at $376.96
Cobb was tagged for seven earned runs on ten hits over just 3 2/3 innings during his Orioles debut at Fenway, and will be looking to shake it off against a slumping Tigers offense.
The Orioles (5-11) have been battling through rough seas since the start of the season and find themselves six games below.500 as a result.
The Orioles have lost five of their last six games SU.More news: These Politicians Reacted to the National School Walkout With Support
In a preemptive move to avoid yet another postponement, the Detroit Tigers are moving up Wednesday's game time. After allowing five runs to the Twins in his first start, he has given up just one run over his last 13 innings of work. He's now recorded multi-hit contests in five of his last ten games and currently owns a four-game hitting streak. Castellanos is hitting.302/.362/.415 with 16 hits, five RBIs and nine runs scored, and Martin's line is.271/.352/.396 with 13 hits, three RBIs and eight runs. The Orioles have lost three straight after being swept in Boston.
Baltimore has posted 20.7 Runs + Hits + Errors per game over its last 10 contests and 16.6 over its last five.
The Orioles have now lost 30 of their last 39 games dating back to last season.More news: Door to US-China trade talks seems to open after International Monetary Fund meeting
Both teams are really struggling and have had some poor pitching with lackluster hitting. Please visit tigers.com for more information.