Tigers and Lugnuts Postponed, Re-scheduled

Tigers and Lugnuts Postponed, Re-scheduled

Tigers and Lugnuts Postponed, Re-scheduled

- The Tigers announced they have postponed their Saturday game against the New York Yankees due to inclement weather. The games will be made up in a split doubleheader on June 4 in Detroit.

Rain and frigid temperatures forced the postponement of both games of their doubleheader on Sunday. The Tigers were scheduled to be off, while the Yankees would have been traveling between games in Baltimore and Toronto.

If you count rain-outs of rescheduled games, today marked the fifth and sixth times the Tigers have lost a home game to weather this season.

The games will be made up as a day-night doubleheader on June 4, a scheduled off day for both teams.

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Game 2 remains scheduled for 7:10 PM ET but that might not be played either.

The Tigers next host the Orioles for a three-game series starting Tuesday. Luis Severino was expected to toe the rubber for the Yankees against Francisco Liriano and the Tigers this afternoon.

Baltimore is playing the third of a four-game set in Boston against the Red Sox on Sunday and will wrap up that series on Monday, as part of the annual "Patriots Day" celebration in Boston. Detroit ranks second-to-last in all of baseball in team batting average (.216) through Friday's 8-6 loss to the Yankees; 25th in team slugging (.327).

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