For starters: Rays at Red Sox again, 8:05 start
After a 5-1 loss in Tuesday's rain-delayed opener, the Rays are set for the second game of their day night doubleheader, with Jake Odorizzi on the mound facing the Red Sox.
Evan Longoria told manager Joe Maddon that his right foot, sore from plantar fasciitis, felt good enough to play third base in the second game as well. The original plan was to play the field in the opener and DH in the nightcap.
As a result, the Rays lineup looks like this vs. Boston LHP Felix Doubront: