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Red Sox at Orioles Lineups: Back after the rainout

The Red Sox are back in action for their first night game of the year.

MLB: Spring Training-Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

The Red Sox are back in action on Wednesday after being rained out on Tuesday, and it’s the first evening game of the year. Boston will send Rick Porcello out to the hill to make his second start of the spring. In his first, the righty allowed two runs on a pair of solo shots over three innings, striking out one and allowing two other hits on top of the homers. Playing behind him will be a steady host of regulars, though three of the biggest names on the Red Sox have the day off. Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts are all staying back in Fort Myers for this game. In their stead, we’ll see Eduardo Núñez at short, Gorkys Hernández in right field and Sam Travis in the DH slot. Them, along with the rest of the lineup, go up against Dylan Bundy.

Here are the full lineups:

Red Sox at Twins, 3/22

Lineup Spot Red Sox Twins
Lineup Spot Red Sox Twins
1 Andrew Benintendi, LF Max Kepler, RF
2 Eduardo Núñez, 2B Jorge Polanco, SS
3 Rafael Devers, 3B Nelson Cruz, DH
4 J.D. Martinez, DH Eddie Rosario, LF
5 Xander Bogaerts, SS C.J. Cron, 1B
6 Mitch Moreland, 1B Marwin Gonzalez, 3B
7 Jackie Bradley Jr., CF Jonathan Schoop, 2B
8 Christian Vázquez, C Jason Castro, C
9 Gorkys Hernández, RF Byron Buxton, CF
SP Dan Runzler, LHP Kyle Gibson, RHP

This game will be available to pretty much everyone, at least depending on your cable/MLB.TV subscription status. Locally, NESN will carry the game. Nationally, it will be picked up by MLB Network, and of course if you do have an MLB.TV subscription you can catch it there. On the radio, 850 AM WEEI has the call. First pitch is scheduled for 6:05 PM ET.