16 games (including one double header) make up a busy MLB schedule for today. Here are the match-ups, times and probable starting pitchers for today’s action:
Kansas City at Detroit 1:08 PM Vargas vs Scherzer
Atlanta at Milwaukee 1:10 PM Harang vs Garza
Minnesota at Chi. White Sox 2:10 PM Correia vs Paulino
Cleveland at Oakland 3:35 PM Kluber vs Kazmir
Boston at Baltimore 7:05 PM Lackey vs Jimenez
Chi. Cubs at Pittsburgh 7:05 PM Jackson vs Morton
St. Louis at Cincinnati 7:10 PM Wacha vs Cingrani
Washington at NY Mets 7:10 PM Gonzalez vs Colon
Colorado at Miami 7:10 PM Lyles vs Alvarez
Toronto at Tampa Bay 7:10 PM Buehrle vs Moore
Philadelphia at Texas 8:00 PM Kendrick vs Ross
NY Yankees at Houston 8:10 PM Kuroda vs Cosart
Cleveland at Oakland 9:00 PM McAllister vs TBA
San Francisco at Arizona 9:40 PM Hudson vs Cahill
Seattle at LA Angels 10:05 PM Paxton vs Santiago
LA Dodgers at San Diego 10:10 PM Haren vs Ross
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The Atlanta Braves finished 96-66 last season, which was good for first place in the National League East. The Braves play at the Milwaukee Brewers today.
The Los Angeles Dodgers went 92-70 last season, which was good enough to win the National League West. The Dodgers play the Padres in San Diego tonight.
The New York Mets finished 2013 at 74-88, which was third place in the National League East. Today, the Mets welcome in the Washington Nationals.
The Detroit Tigers opened the 2014 season at home, the fist time they had done so years. It was a gorgeous day as the Tigers defeated the Kansas City Royals, 4-3.
The Detroit Tigers finished 2013 with a 93-69 record, giving them their third straight American League Central crown. Detroit hosts the Kansas City Royals today.