Mike Kickham and Trevor Rogers will start Wednesday’s game at Marlins Park in Miami. Full game preview and lineups in here.
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Red Sox Lineup
- CF Alex Verdugo
- 3B Rafael Devers
- SS Xander Bogaerts
- DH J.D. Martinez
- C Christian Vázquez
- RF Yairo Muñoz
- 1B Bobby Dalbec
- LF Michael Chavis
- 2B Christian Arroyo
Notes: The mighty Martinez enters the game in a 1-for-28 slump. He’s due to come alive sooner or later, so the Marlins should pitching to him carefully during this series like they ordinarily would…Kickham spent the previous three seasons in the Marlins organization, but never got called up to The Show. He struck out eight Rays batters over four innings last Thursday in his first start for the Red Sox.
- SS Miguel Rojas
- DH Jesús Aguilar
- 3B Brian Anderson
- 1B Garrett Cooper
- RF Lewis Brinson
- C Jorge Alfaro
- LF Sean Rodríguez
- 2B Jazz Chisholm
- CF Monte Harrison
P Trevor Rogers (6.50 ERA, 5.42 FIP, 31.3 K%, 37.5 Hard Hit% in 18.0 IP)
Notes: Rodríguez will finally debut for the Fish. He’s been a .246/.345/.411 (111 wRC+) career hitter vs. left-handed pitching. Mattingly’s experimenting continues in an effort to improve against lefty starters (Miami has lost 10 of their last 12 vs. them)…This is Harrison’s 10th game since being recalled from the alternate training site, but only his second start…Because Kickham isn’t fully stretched out as a starter, you can expect a pitching change in the middle innings no matter what. The Marlins could get multiple plate appearances out of Dickerson and Joyce if the outcome of the game is in doubt.
How to watch/listen/follow
The first pitch is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. ET. Watch on FOX Sports Florida or MLB.TV or listen on 940 WINZ.
Hector Rodriguez (@Hector_Baseball) will be tweeting live from the ballpark.
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- Who wins? (Red Sox/Marlins)