The Minnesota Twins take on the Cleveland Guardians on Thursday, June 23, 2022 at 1:10 p.m. EDT. The game will be broadcast exclusively on Bally Sports Great Lakes, SportsTime Ohio, Bally Sports North and Fox Sports North which you can stream using a live TV streaming service.
Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Guardians
In Minneapolis, the game will stream on Bally Sports North (formerly Fox Sports North), while in Cleveland, the game will stream on Bally Sports Great Lakes, recently rebranded from SportsTime Ohio. Both RSNs are available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.
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Cleveland Guardians vs. Minnesota Twins Game Preview: Guardians take on the Twins after Rosario’s 4-goal game
Cleveland Guardians (36-28, 1st in the AL Central) vs. Minnesota Twins (38-32, runners-up in the AL Central)
Minneapolis; Thursday at 1:10 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBABLES: No starters named
FANDUEL SPORTS LINE: Twins -155, Guardians +135; over/under is 9 runs
BOTTOM: The Cleveland Guardians take on the Minnesota Twins after Amed Rosario had four hits against the Twins on Wednesday.
Minnesota has a 20-16 record in home games and a 38-32 record overall. The Twins have the second-place team-on-base percentage in the AL at .324.
Cleveland is 20-18 on the road and 36-28 overall. The Guardians have won games 9-3 when they hit two or more home runs.
Thursday’s game marks the sixth time these teams have met this season. The Guardians lead 3-2 in the relay series.
TOP PERFORMER: Luis Arraez has eight doubles and four homers while hitting .355 for the Twins. Carlos Correa is 11-to-39 with two doubles and two home runs in his last 10 games.
Jose Ramirez leads the Guardians with a .306 batting average and has 21 doubles, four triples, 16 homers, 34 walks and 62 RBI. Rosario is 17-to-44 with two home runs and six RBI in the last 10 games.
LAST 10 GAMES: Gemini: 4-6, .250 batting average, 4.55 ERA, topped by seven runs
Warden: 8-2, .267 batting average, 3.97 ERA, outperformed opponents by two runs
INJURIES: Twins: Trevor Megill: 15 days IL (shoulder), Jorge Polanco: 10 days IL (back), Cody Stashak: 60 days IL (shoulder), Royce Lewis: 60 days IL (knee), Bailey Ober: 15 days IL (groin), Danny Coulombe: 15 days IL (hip), Josh Winder: 15 days IL (shoulder), Miguel Sano: 60 days IL (knee), Chris Paddack: 60 days IL (elbow), Jhon Romero: 60 days IL (biceps), Jorge Alcala: 60 days IL (elbows), Randy Dobnak: 60 days IL (fingers), Kenta Maeda: 60 days IL (elbows)
Guardians: Carlos Vargas: 60 Days IL (Elbow), James Karinchak: 60 Days IL (Shoulder), Cody Morris: 60 Days IL (Shoulder)