Tigers try to end away defeat and meet the Red Sox

The Detroit Tigers visit the Boston Red Sox with the aim of ending a four-game losing streak.

Boston has a 28-28 overall record and a 11-15 home record. The Red Sox have hit 58 home runs, ranking ninth in the AL.

Detroit's record in road games is 13-13 and 27-28 overall. The Tigers have a record of 11-1 in games in which they hit at least two home runs.

The teams will meet for the first time this season on Thursday.


Riley Greene has hit ten doubles, one triple and nine home runs for the Tigers. Matthew Vierling has hit 13 of 35 batters in the last ten games, including one double, two triples and four home runs.

LAST 10 GAMES: Red Sox: 6-4, .246 batting average, 4.40 ERA, 4 runs more than opponents

Tigers: 4-6, .241 batting average, 6.59 ERA, 19 runs less

INJURIES: Red Sox: Tyler O'Neill: 10-day IL (knee), Masataka Yoshida: 10-day IL (thumb), Triston Casas: 60-day IL (rib), Trevor Story: 60-day IL (shoulder), Garrett Whitlock: 15-day IL (oblique), Isaiah Campbell: 15-day IL (shoulder), Bryan Mata: 15-day IL (hamstring), Liam Hendriks: 60-day IL (elbow), Chris Murphy: 60-day IL (elbow), Lucas Giolito: 60-day IL (elbow)

Tigers: Kerry Carpenter: 10-day IL (spine), Shelby Miller: 15-day IL (ulnar nerve inflammation), Sawyer Gipson-Long: 60-day IL (groin)


The Associated Press produced this article using technology from Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.

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