Red Sox Probable Pitchers & Starting Lineup vs. Twins, April 19

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Red Sox vs. Twins, Probable starting pitchers April 19

  • Corey Kluber takes the bump for the Red Sox today, sporting a 6.92 ERA across 13 innings of work. The two-time Cy Young winner is 0-3 to start his tenure in Boston, mainly because he can't keep the ball in the park. Watch for Kluber to try to limit the home run and find his command against a skidding Twins lineup.
  • Opposing Kluber on the mound will be the Twin's rising star, Joe Ryan. The 26-year-old with one of the best mustaches in sports has been sensational to start his third season in the majors. Ryan owns a 2.84 ERA and averages just under nine punchouts a game. The righty is a perfect 3-0 on the season and looks to be the one to stop his club's three-game losing streak.

Boston Red Sox starting lineup, April 19

  • 1. RF Alex Verdugo
  • 2. CF Raimel Tapia
  • 3. DH Justin Turner
  • 4. 3B Rafael Devers
  • 5. SS Kike Hernandez
  • 6. C Reece McGuire
  • 7. 1B Triston Casas
  • 8. LF Jarren Duran
  • 9. 2B Emmanuel Valdez

Minnesota Twins starting lineup, April 19

  • 1. LF Gabe Kepler
  • 2. SS Carlos Correa
  • 3. DH Byron Buxton
  • 4. LF Trevor Larnach
  • 5. 2B Edouard Julien
  • 6. 3B Jose Miranda
  • 7. 1B Joey Gallo
  • 8. C Ryan Jeffers
  • 9. CF Michael A. Taylor

What channel is the Boston Red Sox game on today?

  • Game time: 4:10 pm ET
  • NESN+ has the broadcast for the game today.
  • Twins fans can catch the game on Bally Sports North.

How do I stream the Boston Red Sox game today?

  • NESN 360
  • (subscription required)
  • ESPN+ (subscription required)

How can I listen to the Boston Red Sox game today?

  • Red Sox fans can tune into WEEI 93.7FM to listen live.
  • Twins supporters can turn to 102.9 The Wolf to hear their team in action.

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