How to Watch Detroit Tigers vs. Miami Marlins: Channel, Live Stream, Game Time – May 14

Reese Olson will start for the Detroit Tigers (21-20), opposed by Ryan Weathers of the Miami Marlins (11-32) on Tuesday. First pitch at Comerica Park is scheduled for 6:40 PM ET.

Ahead of Detroit taking on Miami, you can find out how to watch the game in the piece below.

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Tigers vs. Marlins TV Channel and Live Stream

  • Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2024
  • Time: 6:40 PM ET
  • TV: BSFL
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Location: Detroit, Michigan
  • Venue: Comerica Park

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Probable Pitchers

Reese Olson (DET) Pitcher Ryan Weathers (MIA)
0 – 4 W/L 2 – 4
39.1 IP 41.2
2.52 ERA 4.54
1.119 WHIP 1.320
8 K/9 7.3
3.4 BB/9 3.5

Tigers vs. Marlins Top Hitters


  • Riley Greene has racked up an on-base percentage of .365 and a slugging percentage of .490. Both lead the Tigers. Overall, he’s batting .248 with seven doubles, a triple, nine home runs and 27 walks.
  • Mark Canha is batting .237 with eight doubles, six home runs and 19 walks.
  • Kerry Carpenter is hitting .278 with eight doubles, two triples, five home runs and seven walks. He has accumulated 32 hits, a team-best for the Tigers.
  • Spencer Torkelson is batting .225 with 13 doubles, two home runs and 13 walks.

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  • Bryan De La Cruz has 45 hits to go with a slugging percentage of .453, both of which are best among Miami hitters this season.
  • Jazz Chisholm leads Miami in OBP (.333) this season, fueled by 40 hits.
  • Josh Bell has collected 33 base hits, an OBP of .307 and a slugging percentage of .338 this season.
  • Nick Gordon is batting .235 with a .262 OBP and 16 RBI for Miami this season.

Tigers vs. Marlins Season Splits


  • The Tigers have won 10 and lost 11 in their 21 home games so far this year.
  • In terms of start times, the Tigers have gone 11-12 in matinees and 11-8 in night games.
  • In terms of one-run games, Detroit is 9-8.
  • When facing right-handers, the Tigers have gone 16-18, and they are 6-2 versus left-handers.

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  • This season Miami is 5-15 on the road.
  • In terms of start times, the Marlins have gone 7-15 in day games and 4-17 in night games.
  • Looking at one-run games, Miami is 4-5.
  • The Marlins are 1-15 versus southpaws, and 10-17 against righties.

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