For starters: Rays vs. Indians, with Moore on the mound
UPDATE, 5:35: RHPs Alex Cobb and Chase Whitley took the next step in their recoveries from May 2015 Tommy John elbow surgeries by throwing off the mound for the first time today. "A pretty big day,'' said Cobb. They are aiming for late July returns to the majors. ... Cash said the Rays will wait until later in the week to decide whether to drop in a fifth starter on Friday or Saturday, and whether it will be Erasmo Ramirez coming out of the bullpen or a callup. ... Cash had some fun poking at his good friend Terry Francona, the Indians manager. Asked who was messier when they lived together in spring training during Cash's two years as a coach, Cash said, "He's messier than my son - and he's 3!''
UPDATE, 5:33: Here is the lineup for the Indians, who went through pretty much a full workout earlier at the Trop, having had three games postponed due to weather already and played only four:
UPDATE, 3:11: Rays lineup same as opening day and somewhat "normal,' except for the pitcher:
DEVELOPING: After their third day in the last five without a game, the Rays open a six-game homestand tonight against the Indians.
Matt Moore will be on the mound for the Rays, taking on 2014 Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber.
Kluber is the first of a string of top-notch pitchers the Rays will face this week, followed by Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar of the Indians, and then likely Chris Sale and Jose Quintana from the White Sox.
"It should be a pretty good pitching matchup, because we're going to see some of their big guys and I like how we're lined up too,'' Rays manager Kevin Cash said.
Lineups when available.