The forecast for Tuesday's Nationals vs. Tigers interleague matchup calls for clear skies and temperatures in the low to mid-70s. The game is being played at 6:40 PM ET from Comerica Park in Detroit, and the Tigers are the slight favorite on the money line (-111).

Washington comes into the game with a record of 30-35 and they are currently on a three-game winning streak. The over/under line is currently at 8 runs, and the Nationals are starting Mitchell Parker. The Tigers will send Kenta Maeda to the mound. BSDET is carrying this game on TV.


The Pick: Detroit Tigers Moneyline -111

This game will be played at Comerica Park at 6:40 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


  • We have the Tigers winning by a score of 5.1 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Tigers to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9.1 runs and like the over

Nationals Records & Stats

Washington closed out their series vs. the Braves with an 8-5 win. Leading up to the game, they were the heavy favorite at +143 on the money line. It was a seven-run 4th inning that really turned things in their favor, and the Braves could only score two runs, both of which came in the 2nd.

DJ Herz got the start for the Nationals, going 4 1/3 innings, and picked up the win. He also issued three walks and only had two strikeouts in the outing. Keibert Ruiz had only one hit, but it was a home run, and the Nationals scored seven runs before the Braves could close things out in the 9th.

Washington is on the road to take on the Tigers with an overall record of 30-35, which has them 3rd in the NL East. Currently, they trail the Phillies by 15 games in the division. The Nationals head into today's game having won three straight games, and they closed out their series vs. the Braves with three straight wins.

At home, the Nationals are 13-17 this season and have gone 17-18 on the road. So far, they are 11-10 when playing other teams in the NL East. As the underdog, Washington is 27-32 this season and 3-3 when favored. Their overall series record is 8-12-1, and they are 4-6 over their last 10 games.

Washington has been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 39-26 overall. The Nationals have been especially profitable on the road, where they are 23-12 ATS. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 36-23 ATS as underdogs this season.

Washington's over/under record is 29-33 this season, and the over has hit in two straight games. Their games have averaged 8.3 runs per game, and when the over/under line is set at 8 runs, they have a record of 4-5-1. Overall, 60% of their games have had over/under lines set at more than 8 runs.

Washington is sending left-hander Mitchell Parker to the mound today vs. the Tigers. He has made 10 starts this season and has a record of 4-3 with an ERA of 3.47. Looking at his overall numbers, Parker has a WHIP of 1.05 and has issued just 1.89 walks per nine innings. Parker's last outing came against the Braves, where he finished with a no-decision, going seven innings and giving up two earned runs. Before that, he had won two straight starts. So far, he has made four quality starts.

Washington's offense has been one of the worst in the league this season, as they are averaging just 4 runs per game (22nd) and have the league's 23rd ranked home run total. As a team, they are batting just .232, which is 15th in the league. The Nationals will need a better performance from Eddie Rosario, as he is batting just .190 this season and is 2nd on the team with 7 home runs.

CJ Abrams comes into the game with a team-high 31 RBIs and is batting .245 for the season. He has also gone deep 10 times, which is 12th in the league. However, he is batting just .208 over his last six games. Lane Thomas, who is on a four-game hitting streak, has gone deep once in his last six games, but is batting just .217 during that stretch.

Tigers Records & Stats

The Tigers's offense was hot right out of the gates in their most recent game vs. the Brewers, closing out their series with a 10-2 win. After allowing two runs to the Brewers in the top of the first, the Tigers responded with eight runs of their own. Detroit went on to add another two runs in the 5th inning.

Tarik Skubal put together a good start for the Tigers, going 6 2/3 innings and giving up just one earned run, and striking out 10. Detroit's offense was carried by Jake Rogers, who went 2/4 with a homer and three RBIs.

Detroit is 32-33 overall and trails the Guardians by 10.5 games in the AL Central. The Tigers are 10-9 against other teams in the division. Detroit will host the Nationals today with an overall record of 15-17 at home compared to 17-16 on the road.

As the underdog, the Tigers are 16-20 this season and 4-6 as the home underdog. Detroit has dropped two straight games as the underdog. They are 16-13 when favored this year. Looking back, the Tigers dropped two of three in their series vs. the Brewers.

When the Tigers win, they win big, with an average run margin of 3.6 runs. When they lose, they lose big, with an average run margin of -3.6 runs. Their run line record is 29-36, with an average run margin of -0.1 runs per game. They have been a good bet on the run line as an underdog, going 22-14, and have covered the run line in 18 of 33 road games. However, they have been a poor bet at home, going 11-21 on the run line.

The Tigers are playing at home against the Nationals today, and the over/under line is set at 8 runs. The combined run average for Detroit's games this season is 8.5 runs, and their over/under record is 37-26. When the line is set at 8 runs, their record is 7-7-2. Overall, 33.8% of their games have had lines set above 8 runs, and their over streak is currently at 4 games.

Kenta Maeda is looking to bounce back from a rough outing as he gets the start for the Tigers today. Against the Red Sox on May 31st, he gave up five earned runs in 4 2/3 innings of work. Maeda took the loss in that game. Overall, he has made 10 starts and is 2-2 with a 6.25 ERA. Looking at his home/away splits, Maeda has an ERA of 11.47 on the road compared to 4.93 at home. Opposing batters are hitting .271 this season off Maeda, and he has allowed a total of 10 home runs.

Over the Tigers' last seven games, Riley Greene has scored five runs, but he has struggled at the plate, going 6/26. However, he does have 11 homers this season, which is 11th in the league and the top mark on the team. Kerry Carpenter has also been a solid power threat for the Tigers, as he is batting .283 with eight homers and is 1st on the team with 29 RBIs.

As a team, the Tigers are averaging 4.2 runs per game, which is 19th in the league. Their team batting average of .230 is also 17th in the league. Detroit's team on-base percentage of .297 is 26th in the league, and they are also near the bottom of the league in OPS and slugging percentage.