Cleveland Guardians Probable Pitcher and Starting Lineup vs Minnesota Twins May 19

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Who is the Cleveland Guardians probable starting pitcher?

Tanner Bibee is being tasked with starting the final game of the Cleveland Guardians' three-game series with the Minnesota Twins. Bibee is coming off a bounce-back performance in his last start, shutting out the Texas Rangers over 5.1 innings with just three hits and two walks while striking out four. This comes after giving up 10 runs in his previous 9 innings against the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels. 

Bibee will look to continue this success in what is his second start against the Twins this season. The second-year right-hander allowed just one run while striking out nine in 5.1 innings in a 4-2 Guardians win in early April, and will happily take a repeat performance on Sunday. 

Who will the Cleveland Guardians lineup face?

The Twins are tabbing Chris Paddack as their starter for Sunday's series finale. Paddack is coming off a rough outing against the New York Yankees in his previous start, giving up five runs on 12 hits in 5 innings. This ended a two-start streak of one run or fewer given up by Paddack. Cleveland will hope that Paddack has a simliar performance in this outing.

Who is starting for the Cleveland Guardians today?

CF Tyler Freeman, 2B Andres Gimenez, DH Jose Ramirez, 1B Josh Naylor, RF Will Brennan, LF Estevan Florial, 3B Gabriel Arias, C Austin Hedges, SS Brayan Rocchio

What channel is the Cleveland Guardians game on?

Sunday's contest between the Cleveland Guardians and Minnesota Twins 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.