For starters (and spring enders), Rays vs. Tigers

The kayak presented to Tom Foley.
The kayak presented to Tom Foley.
Published Apr. 4, 2015

UPDATE, 10:22: Former Rays ace David Price, the Tigers Opening Day starter, rolled into the Trop this morning to say hello to old friends and teammates. Noting the new neon sign at the entrance to the Rays clubhouse, he said: "It looks like a nightclub.''

UPDATE, 10:10: During a team meeting, Cash presented bench coach Tom Foley with a kayak - bought with the help of clubhouse/travel manager Chris Westmoreland from Bill Jackson's, in acknowledgement of his work in running spring training.

UPDATE, 9:52: Rays manager Kevin Cash said Andriese will pitch one inning today and Ramirez 2-3, with Rivera catching him, but no decision will be made on the Game 4 starter until they see how the first couple games go. ... Most of the Rays regulars will play just a few innings today,

Here is the Tigers lineup:
Davis cf
Kinsler 2b
Cabrera 1b
V. Martinez dh
J. Martinez rf
Cespedes lf
Avila c
Castellanos 3b
Iglesias ss
Simon p

UPDATE, 9:48: The Rays lineup for today is pretty much what they will use for the opening, with the expection of Jaso as DH and Jennings in LF.

Here is Saturday's lineup:

Jaso LF,
Souza rf,
Cabrera SS,
Longoria 3b,
Loney 1b,
Jennings DH,
Forsythe 2b,
Rivera c,
Kiermaier cf,
Andriese p

DEVELOPINGThe Rays wrap up spring today with a 12:35 p.m, game at Tropicana Field against the Detroit Tigers.

The two pitchers most likely to fill out the remaining spots in the rotation are scheduled to pitch for the Rays, RHP Matt Andriese and RHP Erasmo Ramirez, along with a few relievers. The Tigers are starting Alfredo Simon.

Tickets are $15, with general admission seating. Both SunSports and 620-AM are carrying the game as well.

The Rays on Friday set what looks to be their opening day roster. See details here.

Lineups when available.