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BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Manny Machado - 3B

Chris Parmelee - 1B

Nolan Reimold - CF

Matthew Wieters - C

Delmon Young - RF

Chris Davis - DH

James Jerry Hardy - SS

Steve Pearce - LF

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Miguel Angel (Martin) Gonzalez - RHP (5-4, 3.33 ERA)

BOSTON RED SOX

Mookie Betts - CF

Brock Holt - 2B

Xander Bogaerts - SS

David Ortiz - DH

Pablo Sandoval - 3B

Mike Napoli - 1B

Alejandro De Aza - LF

Blake Swihart - C

Jackie Bradley, Jr. - RF

Eduardo Jose (Hernandez) Rodriguez - LHP (3-1, 3.13 ERA)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

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BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Manny Machado - 3B

Chris Parmelee - 1B

Nolan Reimold - CF

Matthew Wieters - C

Delmon Young - RF

Chris Davis - DH

James Jerry Hardy - SS

Steve Pearce - LF

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Miguel Angel (Martin) Gonzalez - RHP (5-4, 3.33 ERA)

BOSTON RED SOX

Mookie Betts - CF

Brock Holt - 2B

Xander Bogaerts - SS

David Ortiz - DH

Pablo Sandoval - 3B

Mike Napoli - 1B

Alejandro De Aza - LF

Blake Swihart - C

Jackie Bradley, Jr. - RF

Eduardo Jose (Hernandez) Rodriguez - RHP (3-1, 3.13 ERA)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

Parmelee at First is interesting.

Do not like either Young or Pearce at the COF positions though.

Who did we send down to recall Gonz?

Davis at the 6 spot might be a good thing as well :noidea:

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Do not like either Young or Pearce at the COF positions though.

They're facing a lefty. If you're going to carry them at all, this is the time to use them. I'm far more worried about Reimold in CF.

Welcome back Gonzo!

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