Cleveland Guardians Probable Pitcher and Starting Lineup vs Los Angeles Angels May 4

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Who is the Cleveland Guardians probable starting pitcher?

It will be Ben Lively's turn to take the mound, as the Cleveland Guardians are looking to get back into the win column after dropping two consecutive games. Lively has been beyond impressive this season, allowing just four runs in 15.2 innings across three starts. This is the exact type of outing the Guardians are looking for if they are going to be in position to win the series with the Angels on Sunday.

Of the few Angels batters to face Lively, only one has a successful track record. Brandon Drury. The veteran infielder is 2-6 against Lively, while Luis Renigfo (0-1) and Willie Calhoun (0-2) are hitless.

Who will the Cleveland Guardians lineup face?

Los Angeles will have left-hander Reid Detmers start Game 2 in Cleveland. The last two outings have not been kind to Detmers, giving up nine runs on 15 hits in 12 innings, both losses. Cleveland is hoping that Detmers' tough luck continues on Saturday night.

As a team, the Guardians have 11 hits in 33 at-bats against Detmers. Jose Ramirez is 3-8 with two doubles and a home run, while Steven Kwan is 3-5 with a double. Austin Hedges is the only other Guardians batter to collect multiple hits against Detmers, going 2-7 with a home run.

Who is starting for the Cleveland Guardians today?

What channel is the Cleveland Guardians game on?

Saturday's contest between the Cleveland Guardians and Los Angeles Angels can be found on Bally Sports Great Lakes.

Where can I stream the Cleveland Guardians game?

The game can be streamed in market on Bally Sports + (subscription required) and out of market on MLB.TV (subscription required).

How do I listen to the Cleveland Guardians game on the radio?

The in market radio broadcast of today's game will be on 100.7 FM WMMS and AM 1100 WTAM. Today's radio broadcast can also be streamed through the MLB app for out of market fans or those without access to a radio.