Seattle Mariners vs. Minnesota Twins probable pitchers & starting lineups, June 28th

The Mariners will kick off a three-game series against the Twins and try to maintain their stellar record at home
Chicago White Sox v Seattle Mariners
Chicago White Sox v Seattle Mariners / Steph Chambers/GettyImages

After returning from a somewhat disappointing road trip, Seattle will kick off a homestand with an exciting series against a competitive Twins squad. In their first head-to-head series of the season, the Twins came away with a 3-1 series win and outscored the Mariners 26-15. Seattle will look to get their offense going and recover after a few bad starts from the rotation.

Starting pitchers for tonight's game

  • Logan Gilbert (5-4, 2.71 ERA) will be taking the bump today for his 17th start of the season. He has been red-hot all season but turned the dial up to 11 in June, posting a 1.21 ERA over his 29.2 innings pitched. He has pitched a total of 20 innings against the Twins in his career and has posted a 4.95 ERA against them.
  • Bailey Ober (7-4, 4.50 ERA) will take the ball for the Twins in his 16th start of the season. Ober had a rough start to the season but is starting to find his stride, posting a 3.60 ERA over 25 innings in June. A key to victory for the Seattle lineup will be taking advantage of Ober's four-seam fastball. Opposing batters are averaging .330 and slugging .634 against the pitch and it's his most frequently used.

Seattle Mariners starting lineup, June 28th

  1. J.P. Crawford - SS
  2. Julio Rodríguez - CF
  3. Cal Raleigh - C
  4. Mitch Garver - DH
  5. Dominic Canzone - LF
  6. Ty France - 1B
  7. Jorge Polanco - 2B
  8. Mitch Haniger - RF
  9. Josh Rojas - 3B

Minnesota Twins starting lineup, June 28th

  1. Willi Castro - 2B
  2. Carlos Correa - SS
  3. Trevor Larnach - LF
  4. Royce Lewis - DH
  5. Carlos Santana - 1B
  6. Jose Miranda - 3B
  7. Max Kepler - RF
  8. Manuel Margot - CF
  9. Christian Vázquez - C

Where can I stream today's game?

Where can I watch today's game?

  • Mariners' fans can watch today's game on Root Sports Northwest (RSNW)
  • Twins' fans can watch today's game on Bally Sports North (BSNO)

Where can I listen to today's game?

  • Mariners' fans can listen to today's game on KIRO 710
  • Twins' fans can watch today's game on WCCO (830 AM), TIBN

Game notes

  • The Mariners are have a home record of 27-12 (.692), third-best in MLB behind the Phillies 31-13 (.705) and the Guardians 26-9 (.743)
  • The Mariners have won nine consecutive series at home, the second-longest streak in team history trailing the 11 home series wins from July 27, 2001 - April 3, 2002
  • Mariners pitchers have allowed just 111 runs at T-Mobile park this season, the fewest in MLB and 19 fewer than the next-best Cleveland Guardians
  • Logan Gilbert leads the American League in WHIP (0.89) and is tied for first in quality starts with 13