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I am hoping for seven efficient innings from Tillman, and for the hitters to hit the ball where it is pitched. Hopefully, we go away with yet another series win, and stay close to the Red Sox, who keep beating everyone except us.

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Rubber game. Lineups to come.

Travis Ishikawa is starting at first base today for the Orioles in the series finale against the Tigers at Comerica Park. Chris Davis will get a partial break as the designated hitter.

Taylor Teagarden is catching today.

For the Orioles

Nate McLouth LF

Manny Machado 3B

Nick Markakis RF

Adam Jones CF

Chris Davis DH

J.J. Hardy SS

Travis Ishikawa 1B

Ryan Flaherty 2B

Taylor Teagarden C

Chris Tillman RHP

For the Tigers

Austin Jackson CF

Andy Dirks LF

Miguel Cabrera 3B

Prince Fielder 1B

Victor Martinez DH

Jhonny Peralta SS

Don Kelly RF

Omar Infante 2B

Bryan Holaday C

Rick Porcello RHP

http://www.masnsports.com/school_of_roch/2013/06/ishikawa-starting-at-first-base-davis-the-dh.html

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Nate McLouth - LF

Manny Machado - 3B

Nick Markakis - RF

Adam Jones - CF

Chris Davis - DH

J.J. Hardy - SS

Travis Ishikawa - 1B

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Taylor Teagarden - C

Chris Tillman - RHP (7-2, 3.61 ERA)

DETROIT TIGERS

Austin Jackson - CF

Andy Dirks - LF

Miguel Cabrera - 3B

Prince Fielder - 1B

Victor Martinez - DH

Jhonny Peralta - SS

Don Kelly - RF

Omar Infante - 2B

Bryan Holaday - C

Rick Porcello - RHP (4-3, 4.37 ERA)

http://baseballpress.com/lineup.php

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