Athletics vs. Tigers: ALDS Game 3 starting lineups

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Jim Leyland will start Jhonny Peralta in left field, hoping to give the Tigers offense a boost.

The Oakland Athletics and Detroit Tigers have announced their starting lineups for Game 3 of the ALDS. The series is tied 1-1.

The Athletics are using the same lineup that they employed in Game 2. Oakland only scored one run against Justin Verlander, but ended up winning 1-0. The Athletics official Twitter account sent out a picture their batting order:

Detroit will start Jhonny Peralta in left field, hoping to spark the Tigers offense. Peralta's only experience as a big-league outfielder came in the Tigers' three-game series to end the season against the Miami Marlins. Detroit's official Twitter account announced their starting nine:

First pitch is scheduled for 1:07 p.m. ET, with coverage of the game on MLB Network.

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