Tigers vs Red Sox Showdown, May 30, 2024: Viewing Details, Betting Odds, and Game Predictions

Get ready for an exciting game at Fenway Park as the Detroit Tigers take on the Boston Red Sox. The Tigers, now at 27-28 after splitting a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates, are looking to build some momentum. Meanwhile, the Red Sox, sitting at 28-28, are hungry for a win after a tough loss to the Orioles. Both teams are eager to make a statement in this series opener, and with the Fenway lights shining bright, it’s set to be a night of intense baseball action.

Tigers vs Red Sox

How to Watch Tigers vs Red Sox

  • TV: NESN
  • Stream: ESPN+. Sign up now to stay in on all the action.
  • Time: Thursday, May 30, 2024, at 7:10 PM

Tigers vs Red Sox Odds

  • Money Lines: Boston Red Sox -111 / Detroit Tigers -106
  • Over/Under: 8
  • Spread: Red Sox favored to win but close
  • Odds found at PickDawgz


Navigating the minefield of consistency, the Boston Red Sox may favor the books, but the scales tilt intriguingly towards the Detroit Tigers. With the Tigers brandishing some of the best numbers against right-handed pitchers and Jack Flaherty’s arm warming up for Detroit, momentum is in their court.

Flaherty’s 1-4 record with a solid 3.84 ERA and striking out 81 batters so far, may well overpower Boston’s Nick Pivetta who mirrors at 2-3 with a 4.20 ERA. My bet rides with the Tigers this time around.

Jack Flaherty Tigers vs Red Sox


This series offers a skillet-hot matchup to watch: Detroit Tigers batters squaring off against a righty pitcher like Pivetta. Riley Greene with 46 hits and Spencer Torkelson, with his double tally, are prepared to light the fireworks at the plate. Across the diamond, Jarren Duran is a beacon of athleticism for Boston, contributing significantly with 60 hits, 16 doubles, and 8 triples.

But hidden beneath the stats is a tale of two teams striving not only for a game win but season traction. Let’s also keep an eye on Javier Baez; his base-stealing antics could provide the Tigers with critical in-game advantages. Both teams are toeing the inch-thin line between middling and surging, but tonight, we find out who takes that substantial leap forward in beautiful Boston.

Stay updated and connected to every pitch, swing, and groundout by following along at Detroit Tigers Notes.

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