Marlins Vs. Red Sox: Game 1 Lineup Announced

The Miami Marlins are hosting the Boston Red Sox in another interleague series. With the Red Sox traveling to Miami that means their starting pitcher Josh Beckett will have to be in the starting lineup to bat. With no designated hitter it means David Ortiz will be moving over to play first base, and Adrian Gonzalez will move from first base to the outfield.

The Marlins lineup is the same as it was on Sunday with the exception of John Buck who will be catching instead of Brett Hayes.

Here is the Marlins lineup:

1. Jose Reyes SS
2. Donovan Solano 2B
3. Hanley Ramirez 3B
4. Giancarlo Stanton RF
5. Logan Morrison LF
6. Gaby Sanchez 1B
7. Chris Coghlan CF
8. John Buck C
9. Josh Johnson P

Here is the Red Sox lineup:

1. Scott Podsednik LF
2. Dustin Pedroia 2B
3. Adrian Gonzalez RF
4. David Ortiz 1B
5. Jarrod Saltalamacchia C
6. Kevin Youkilis 3B
7. Ryan Sweeney CF
8. Mike Aviles SS
9. Josh Beckett P

For more on the Marlins go visit Fish Stripes and head over to Over the Monster for all things Red Sox. Baseball Nation has you covered for everything around Major League Baseball.

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