3 game series vs Twins @ Target Field
Monday, Jun 28, 2010, 8:10 PM EDT
Jeremy Bonderman vs Francisco Liriano
Clear. Winds blowing out to center field at 15-20 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 75.
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#38 / Pitcher / Detroit Tigers
Oct 28, 1982
|2010 - Jeremy Bonderman||3-5||14||13||0||0||0||0||81.1||80||42||38||8||21||62||4.20||1.24|
#47 / Pitcher / Minnesota Twins
Oct 26, 1983
|2010 - Francisco Liriano||6-5||14||14||0||0||0||0||92.2||88||32||32||2||25||100||3.11||1.22|
Interleague play was not very kind to Bondo or Liriano, so once again the starters will be looking to improve upon that. Liriano dominated the Tigers in April, shutting them out with ten K's. However, Brennan Boesch, our savior of late, had not yet been called up to the majors. I'll personally be pinning my hopes on him and Magglio, who has a .333 BA against him. Bonderman has not faced the Twins this year and only saw a few of them last year, and it wasn't pretty.
Anyway, it may not seem like it, but the Twins are actually 3-7 for their last ten games. The skid could always continue..
Tigers lineup: Jackson 8, Raburn 4, Ordonez 9, Cabrera 3, Boesch 7, Guillen dh, Inge 5, Laird 2, Worth 6
Twins lineup: Span CF, Hudson 2B, Mauer C, Morneau 1B, Kubel RF, Cuddyer 3B, Thome DH, Young LF, Punto SS