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Red Sox vs. Blue Jays lineup: How many innings will this one take?

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Drew Pomeranz gets the start for the Red Sox, but God knows who will finish it, and when.

Toronto Blue Jays v Boston Red Sox
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The Red Sox (53-42), a team that hates it when you sleep, look to win their second game in a row against the pesky Blue Jays (43-50) tonight at Fenway Park (7:05 p.m.). Drew Pomeranz (3.75 ERA) goes for Boston, and will be countered by 2016 star Aaron Sanchez (3.94 ERA), who only recently made his 2017 debut after a long stint on the disabled list. Speaking of Dwew:

Xander’s out again, as is last night’s hero, "new first baseman" Hanley Ramirez. Brock Holt \o/ is at third base. Bogaerts might return tomorrow. Here are the full lineups:

Game 96, July 19, 2017 vs. Blue Jays

Lineup Spot Blue Jays Red Sox
Lineup Spot Blue Jays Red Sox
1 Jose Bautista, RF Mookie Betts, RF
2 Steve Pearce, LF Andrew Benintendi, LF
3 Josh Donaldson, 3B Dustin Pedroia, 2B
4 Justin Smoak, 1B Mitch Moreland, 1B
5 Kendrys Morales, DH Chris Young, DH
6 Troy Tulowitzki, SS Jackie Bradley Jr., CF
7 Kevin Pillar, CF Christian Vazquez, C
8 Miguel Montero, C Brock Holt \o/, 3B
9 Darwin Barney, 2B Deven Marrero, SS
SP Aaron Sanchez, P Drew Pomeranz, LHP