Twins vs. Yankees MLB Preview (6/4/24): Odds, Lineups, Injuries & Weather

Written By Editorial Team on June 4, 2024
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The Minnesota Twins will play the New York Yankees at 7:05 p.m. ET today in Yankee Stadium. The game will be broadcast on YES. Twins moneyline odds stand at +147, while Yankees odds are at -174. The forecast predicts few clouds and a high of 81°F. This MLB matchup at Yankee Stadium brings together teams from the AL Central and AL East divisions.

Twins vs. Yankees pregame odds for June 4

MLB betting odds are up for the Minnesota Twins facing off against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium, New York. The Yankees are favored across major Massachusetts sports betting apps, with moneyline odds leaning towards a New York victory. The over/under across books suggests a game with moderate scoring, around 8.0 runs, indicating expectations of solid offense from both teams. Run line odds provide insights into the expected margin of victory.

  • DraftKings: Yankees -180, Twins +150, over/under 8.0
  • FanDuel: Yankees -172, Twins +144, over/under 8.0
  • Caesars: Yankees -178, Twins +150, over/under 7.5
  • BetMGM: Yankees -185, Twins +150, over/under 8.0

Odds are subject to change and may vary between sportsbooks for the Twins vs Yankees.

Twins vs. Yankees projected starting lineups for 6/4

Twins starting lineup tonight

  1. DH Trevor Larnach (L)
  2. SS Carlos Correa (R)
  3. LF Alex Kirilloff (L)
  4. RF Max Kepler (L)
  5. C Ryan Jeffers (R)
  6. CF Byron Buxton (R)
  7. 2B Willi Castro (S)
  8. 1B Carlos Santana (S)
  9. 3B Jose Miranda (R)

Yankees starting lineup tonight

  1. SS Anthony Volpe (R)
  2. RF Juan Soto (L)
  3. CF Aaron Judge (R)
  4. LF Alex Verdugo (L)
  5. DH Giancarlo Stanton (R)
  6. 1B Anthony Rizzo (L)
  7. 2B Gleyber Torres (R)
  8. C Austin Wells (L)
  9. 3B DJ LeMahieu (R)

Twins vs Yankees probable starters for Tuesday night

(MIN) Bailey Ober (R)5-34.891.1025.05.0
(NYY) Luis Gil (R)7-11.990.9531.71.24

Twins vs Yankees injuries on 6/4

Twins: Anthony DeSclafani (SP) is out for the season with elbow surgery. Royce Lewis (3B) is expected back in early June from a quad strain. Zack Weiss (RP) and Justin Topa (RP) are on 60-day IL with shoulder and knee injuries, respectively.

Yankees: Gerrit Cole (SP) is on 60-day IL with elbow inflammation, expected to return in June. Jon Berti (3B) is out with a calf strain, expected to return in late July. Lou Trivino (RP) is recovering from Tommy John surgery.

Projected lineups and injuries are pulled from Sportsdata.

Minnesota Twins season standings and stats prior to tonight’s game

The Minnesota Twins, with a 33-26 record, hold the third place in the AL Central Division. Their performance is highlighted by a .231 batting average and 64 home runs, positioning them with a solid offensive lineup. The team’s pitching staff has accumulated 532 strikeouts with an ERA of 4.09. Looking at their recent games, the Twins have a 7-3 record in their last ten games.

  • Runs per game: 4.4
  • Team average: .231
  • Team home runs: 64
  • Team Stolen bases: 32
  • Team ERA: 4.09
  • Team pitching strikeouts: 532

New York Yankees season standings and stats prior to tonight’s game

Leading the AL East, the New York Yankees boast a 42-19 record, showcasing their dominance with a .256 batting average and an impressive 90 home runs. Their pitchers have achieved a low ERA of 2.81, supported by 526 strikeouts, indicating a strong defensive and offensive balance. The Yankees have won 8 of their last 10 games, currently on a five-game winning streak.

  • Runs per game: 4.9
  • Team average: .256
  • Team home runs: 90
  • Team Stolen bases: 32
  • Team ERA: 2.81
  • Team pitching strikeouts: 526

Player stats for Twins vs. Yankees before Tuesday night’s game

In the matchup at Yankee Stadium, key players from the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees are set to influence MLB odds. Jose Miranda and Alex Kirilloff have been notable for the Twins with recent hits, while Juan Soto and Aaron Judge stand out for the Yankees with strong batting performances. Recent news highlights the Twins’ lineup adjustments and Soto’s exceptional performance, impacting Twins odds and Yankees odds respectively.

Twins leaders ahead of tonight’s game

The Minnesota Twins are seeing Willi Castro and Ryan Jeffers leading in several categories, with Castro’s batting average and Jeffers’ home runs and RBIs setting the pace for the team’s performance. Their stats could be crucial for Minnesota Twins odds at Yankee Stadium.

  • AVG Leader: Willi Castro .260
  • HR Leader: Ryan Jeffers 12
  • RBI Leader: Ryan Jeffers 36
  • Runs Leader: Willi Castro 31
  • SB Leader: Willi Castro 7

Yankees leaders ahead of tonight’s game

For the New York Yankees, Juan Soto leads in batting average, runs batted in, and runs, while Aaron Judge showcases his power with home runs. Anthony Volpe’s stolen bases add another dimension to the Yankees’ game, potentially affecting New York Yankees odds against the Twins.

  • AVG Leader: Juan Soto .322
  • HR Leader: Aaron Judge 21
  • RBI Leader: Juan Soto 53
  • Runs Leader: Juan Soto 46
  • SB Leader: Anthony Volpe 11
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