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Steven Brault Headshot

Brault limited the Tigers to one run in four innings Saturday, giving up four hits and one walk while striking out three.

He's competing for the team's fifth starter job against the likes of Drew Hutchison, Tyler Glasnow and Trevor Williams. Brault's biggest advantage may be that he's the only lefty among the bunch. His ceiling isn't as high as some of the others, but his floor isn't as low, either. He's compiled a 3.45 ERA in 15.2 innings, but his 1.34 WHIP is a tad high, in part because of a 8:5 K:BB. General manager Neal Huntington is expected to address the fifth starter competition during his Sunday radio show.
11:21 pm (EST)
Joey Rickard Headshot

Rickard is likely to bat leadoff against left-handed pitchers this season, PressBox.com reports.

Rickard is hitting .349 this spring with three home runs. He looks set to begin the season in a platoon with Hyun Soo Kim in left field. Rickard will get fewer at-bats as the right-handed hitter in the platoon.
11:14 pm (EST)
Hyun-Soo Kim Headshot

Kim is likely to bat leadoff against right-handed pitchers this season, PressBox.com reports.

Kim is hitting .255 this spring (13-for-51) after struggling early in camp. He'll platoon in left field with Joey Rickard.
11:10 pm (EST)
Tyler Glasnow Headshot

Glasnow struck out nine batters in four innings Saturday, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits and one walk. "Towards the fourth inning was the best I've felt," Glasnow told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "My curveball started to take shape and the changeup and fastball were coming along. Good signs."

He showed a glimpse of the velocity that helped to make him a prospect in the minors, touching 97 mph in the first inning. While Glasnow lacked efficiency (he needed 82 pitches to complete four innings), he carried himself with confidence against a watered-down Detroit lineup. The Bucs haven't decided upon a fifth starter, but general manager Neal Huntington could offer insight during his radio show Sunday.
11:10 pm (EST)
Seth Smith Headshot

Smith (hamstring) started in right field and went 2-for-3 in Saturday's spring training win over Minnesota.

Smith had been sidelined for much of the past two weeks dealing with a hamstring injury, but it looks like he'll be ready for Opening Day. mith is expected to handle the larger side of a platoon in right field.
11:00 pm (EST)
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