Cleveland Guardians Probable Pitcher and Starting Lineup vs New York Mets May 20

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Who is the Cleveland Guardians probable starting pitcher?

The Cleveland Guardians will have Ben Lively take the mound for the first game with the visiting New York Mets. Lively is coming off consecutive starts of three runs allowed after beginning the year not allowing more than two in his first four games. What the Guardians have managed to get out of Lively so far this season is not something that anyone saw coming and has helped make up for the loss of Shane Bieber.

The Mets do not have a large amount of previous at-bats against Lively, but Cleveland's starter has done well in these matchups, allowing just four hits in 21 at-bats. Starling Marte is the only Mets hitter with more than one hit, with the other two belonging to Brandon Nimmo (1-8) and Tyrone Taylor (1-3), the latter's being a home run.

Who will the Cleveland Guardians lineup face?

Tylor Megill is slated to start Monday's contest in Cleveland. This will be the second start of the season for Megill and his first since March 31st, as he has been on the injured list with a shoulder injury. 

Austin Hedges is the only Guardians hitter who has faced Megill previously, going 1-2 with a double.

Who is starting for the Cleveland Guardians today?

CF Tyler Freeman, 2B Andres Gimenez, 3B Jose Ramirez, 1B Josh Naylor, LF David Fry, RF Will Brennan, DH Kyle Manzardo, C Bo Naylor, SS Brayan Rocchio

What channel is the Cleveland Guardians game on?

Monday's contest between the Cleveland Guardians and New York Mets 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.