Cleveland Guardians Probable Pitcher and Starting Lineup vs Washington Nationals June 1

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Who is the Cleveland Guardians probable starting pitcher?

The Cleveland Guardians will be entrusting breakout veteran starter Ben Lively to start Saturday's matchup with the Washington Nationals. Lively has allowed two runs or less in all but two starts this season, with 10 runs allowed in 29.1 innings during the month of May. There is one streak that Lively would like to see come to an end. Consecutive games with a home run allowed. Lively has given up at least one long ball in three straight games, for a total of five, three of which came in the first game to begin this streak. While this streak has not prevented the Guardians from winning these contests (they are 3-0), coming out victorious is usually easier when the starting pitcher is not giving up a home run.

Who will the Cleveland Guardians lineup face?

It will be 24-year-old lefty Mitchell Parker taking the mound for the Washington Nationals for the second game in Cleveland. Parker has allowed exactly three runs in four of his last five starts, with the outlier being a two-run outing against Baltimore. The Washington rookie allowed about one hit per inning in May (28 hits in 28.1 innings), with a run coming across every other inning (14 total).

Who is starting for the Cleveland Guardians today?

What channel is the Cleveland Guardians game on?

Saturday's contest between the Cleveland Guardians and Washington Nationals 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.