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Red Sox vs. Rays lineup: Let the goo’d times roll

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The Red Sox are 1-5 in Spring Training. Hold your loved ones close.

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With the Red Sox at 1-5 in baseball games that don’t count and David Price headed for an MRI, let’s get some perspective before today’s 1:05 p.m. Rays game at JetBlue Park:

See? We’ll be fine. Maybe the Red Sox running out a roster full of actual big-league players, as they’re doing today, will help us right the ship. Not only that:

Kimbrel will throw the baseball very fast, which would be fun to watch in the apparently ridiculous event that the game was televised, but, alas, it is not. Marone.

  1. Dustin Pedroia, 2B
  2. Brock Holt, SS, \o/
  3. Mookie Betts, RF
  4. Hanley Ramírez, DH
  5. Mitch Moreland, 1B
  6. Chris Young, LF
  7. Jackie Bradley Jr., CF
  8. Pablo Sandoval, 3B
  9. Christian Vazquez, C

SP: Eduardo Rodríguez

Rays prospect José De León makes his Tampa debut, and he seems pretty amped about it. Let’s be sure to give him a warm welcome.