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Tigers give crack again to Guardian nemesis Aaron Sibert

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Aaron Civert will make his first start in nearly a month in the Cleveland Guardians' three-game road series against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday. Sivare (2-5, 6.17 ERA) suffered a sprained ligament and a right wrist injury after throwing his 20 pitches in his July 13 game against the Whites in Chicago against the Sox. He was discharged with a diagnosis of inflammation.

He received anti-inflammatory injections and made his start in his fourth rehab at Triple-A Columbus on Friday. He gave up two runs (one earned run), three hits and three strikeouts.

"He's not going to be fully stretched," said manager Terry Francona. "He pitched four innings in rehab, so he might go 75 or 80 (pitch). Something like that." will be

"If he pitches like Aaron," Francona said.

Civale played his best of the season against Detroit on May 20th. During his most recent win, he allowed no earned runs in his 6 1/3 innings.

This is comparable to Sivar's course. He's 7-0 in his eight starts against the Tigers, with an ERA of 1.94 and a WHIP of 0.79. He is particularly stingy against Willi Castro (17-1), Jonathan Scoop (15-1) and Miguel Cabrera (16-2).

He will face right-hander Drew Hutchison (1-5, 4.37 ERA). In his final outing, Hutchison gave up four runs (two earned) and eight hits in six innings against Tampa Bay. He threw a season-high 88 pitches.

"It was kind of a fight at first," he said. "I thought it got better as the game went on. I just made a few mistakes and paid for them."

Hutchison appeared in six career games against the Guardians, defending He is 1-1 with a 6.85 ratio.

Hutchison must be very sharp, as the starting pitcher for the Guardians has been in great form during his current three-game winning streak. Starters Cal He Quantrill, Triston He Mackenzie, Shane Bieber Hot He's not allowed to run during the stretch.

Bieber pitched seven innings, allowing only four singles and one base on Tuesday in Cleveland's 5-2 victory in his game.

"We want to keep it going and pass the torch," Bieber said. “We all know what we can do as a clubhouse, as a team, especially when we're playing aggressively on the mound, in the box and on the base pass. And they've done it in the last few games."

Detroit maintains a 7-6 lead in the season series, but has lost four in a row to the Guardians. The Tigers were nearing their 16th shutout of the season, but a bases loaded walk and wild pitch in the ninth inning gave him two outs and he scored two runs.

"Our men are still trying," said his manager, A.J. Hinch. "It's a tough job tonight, especially when Bieber is finding pitches like him."

– Field Level Media