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Probable Pitchers

Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

, Comerica Park
Jose Quintana, LHP
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    Jose Quintana, last 3 starts
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    Jose Quintana, last 5 years vs. DET
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Quintana seemed to make some good pitches over his five innings against the Rangers Saturday night. Quintana allowed five runs on nine hits, throwing 98 pitches in total, while striking out one and walking two.

Max Scherzer, RHP
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    Max Scherzer, last 3 starts
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The White Sox were responsible for one of Scherzer's three losses last season, roughing him up last September in Chicago. But they also accounted for three of his wins, including his all-important 20th at Comerica Park.

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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

, Target Field
Rick Porcello, RHP
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    Rick Porcello, last 5 years vs. MIN
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Now that Porcello got his revenge on the Angels for roughing him up twice last year, tossing seven innings of one-run ball Sunday, he gets a meeting with a Twins lineup that batted .299 in four games against him last season.

Kevin Correia, RHP
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Correia was hurt by a five-run fourth inning against the Royals on Saturday. The right-hander ultimately gave up five runs (four earned) on nine hits and two walks with two strikeouts over six innings.

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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

, Target Field
Anibal Sanchez, RHP
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Sanchez had a one-hit shutout going through six innings Monday against the White Sox before giving up a three-run, four-hit seventh to suffer the hard-luck loss. He took two no-decisions last year at Target Field.

Phil Hughes, RHP
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    Phil Hughes, last 5 years vs. DET
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Hughes was solid against the Royals on Sunday, getting his first quality start and first victory of the season. The right-hander went six innings, surrendering three runs on nine hits and a walk with three strikeouts.

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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

, Target Field
Justin Verlander, RHP
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    Justin Verlander, last 5 years vs. MIN
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Verlander has won his last three starts, throwing seven innings of two-run ball in two of them, as he continues to progress into his 2011-12 form once again. He has 22 strikeouts over 19 innings in those last three outings.

Kyle Gibson, RHP
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    Kyle Gibson, last 5 years vs. DET
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Gibson had trouble from the start against the Rays on Tuesday, giving up three runs in a 41-pitch first inning. He ended up allowing seven runs on 10 hits and two walks over four-plus innings to turn in his first subpar outing of the year.

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