Detroit Tigers manager A.J. Hinch has released the starting lineup for what could be a special day for Miguel Cabrera as he is just one hit away from 3,000 for his career.
As you can see below, Hinch has Cabrera batting fourth in the lineup for today's game against the New York Yankees.
Starting pitcher Michael Pineda will also be making his debut with the Tigers on Thursday afternoon.
Today's game, which begins at 1:10 p.m. ET, can be seen on Bally Sports Detroit and heard on 97.1 the Ticket.
So, anyone have plans this afternoon? pic.twitter.com/yPvua7KJdd
— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) April 21, 2022
NFL Draft Betting: The 2 Best Bets in the Top-5 Pick Market
There are a ton of ways to bet the NFL Draft at FanDuel Sportsbook this year, including specific players at specific picks, but there is also a top-five pick market.
It excludes Michigan Wolverines edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson (who is -170 to be the first pick of the draft). Here are the odds for everyone else to go inside the top five of the 2022 NFL Draft.
|2022 NFL DraftTop 5 Pick Odds||FanDuelSportsbookOdds|
|Derek Stingley Jr.||+2000|
While there are heavy odds on Georgia Bulldogs edge rusher Travon Walker (-700), he ranks fifth on NFL Mock Draft Database's big board. To be fair, he is oft projected to go second overall to the Detroit Lions. Grinding the Mocks puts Walker fourth overall with an expected draft position of 5.2, so that one's tough to back at such steep odds.
Ikem Ekwonu (-250) is rated fourth via NFL Mock Draft Database and owns an expected draft position of 5.4 via Grinding the Mocks. ESPN's Draft Day Predictor shows roughly a 45% probability the North Carolina State offensive tackle is taken inside the top five. There are better bets here.
Kayvon Thibodeaux (-160) is where we start to see some value. The edge rusher from Oregon is ranked second by NFL Mock Draft Database and boasts an expected draft position of 3.9 (the best mark other than Hutchinson's 1.5) via Grinding the Mocks. ESPN's simulations have Thibodeaux as roughly 67% likely to go before pick six.