Today, the Rays will travel back home to Port Charlotte to take on the Boston Red Sox with Dana Eveland set to take the mound for Tampa Bay, while Roenis Elias will start for Boston. Heading into play, the Rays currently have a record of 7-9, while Boston sits at 6-10.
No television today, but there will be a radio feed on MLB.com
Today's starting lineups,
|Castillo, CF||Souza, RF|
|Holt, 2B||Miller, SS|
|Young, LF||Pearce, 3B|
|Sandoval, 3B||Morrison, 1B|
|Hanigan, DH||Beckham, 2B|
|Swihart, C||Conger, C|
|Travis, 1B||Rivera, DH|
|Boesch, RF||Mahtook, CF|
|Marrero, SS||Motter, LF|
Rays — Dana Eveland, David Carpenter, Danny Farquhar, Xavier Cedeno, Alex Colome; Steve Geltz, Enny Romero
Red Sox — Roenis Elias, Sean O'Sullivan, Anthony Varvano, Edwin Escobar, Roman Mendez
*The Rays are at the point in spring where they don't want division rivals to get at-bats against their usual starting pitchers. Erasmo Ramirez and Matt Andriese are both starting minor league games today.
The answer to yesterday's trivia was Victor Zambrano's 2003 season.
Hint; this player was just 24 years old when he put up this production
There are 16 days until Opening Day!
That's the same number of home runs hit by Steven Souza during the 2015 season.
So, enjoy a highlight reel of the outfielder's rookie season.