Saturday’s lineups: Tigers at White Sox
Same lineup as last night for another White Sox lefty. This time, it’s John Danks, who pitched the usual 10-hit shutout last Sunday at Houston. Aside from Ian Kinsler (who’s just 8-for-61 with three RBIs over his last 16 games, according to MLB Network research), there aren’t a lot of great numbers for Tigers hitters against Danks, though Josh Wilson does have a double and a sacrifice fly off him.
The White Sox mix things up near the bottom of the lineup. Emilio Bonifacio gets the start in left, while Geovany Soto and his awkward throwing motion starts behind the plate.
Reminder: Tonight is a FOX Network broadcast, not Fox Sports Detroit. Check your local listings to find out which channel that is.
- Rajai Davis, LF (5-for-18, 3 doubles, 3 walks, 3 K’s)
- Ian Kinsler, 2B (14-for-41, 4 doubles, 4 HR, 2 walks, 4 K’s)
- Miguel Cabrera, 1B (11-for-44, 2 doubles, HR, 7 walks, 5 K’s)
- Yoenis Cespedes, LF (1-for-6, 3 K’s)
- J.D. Martinez, RF (2-for-5, HR, walk, K)
- Nick Castellanos, DH (3-for-6, double, 3 walks, K)
- James McCann, C
- Josh Wilson, 3B (1-for-4, double)
- Jose Iglesias, SS (1-for-6, HR, 2 K’s)
P: David Price
- Adam Eaton, CF (7-for-12, 2 K’s)
- Alexei Ramirez, SS (7-for-33, 2 doubles, 2 walks, 3 K’s)
- Jose Abreu, DH (1-for-10, HR, 3 K’s)
- Avisail Garcia, RF (2-for-7, HR, 2 K’s)
- Adam LaRoche, 1B (0-for-9, walk, 2 K’s)
- Gordon Beckham, 3B (3-for-26, 3 walks, 5 K’s)
- Geovany Soto, C (2-for-5, 3 K’s)
- Carlos Sanchez, 2B (0-for-3)
- Emilio Bonifacio, LF (1-for-7, 2 walks, 2 K’s)
P: John Danks