Holiday sale

Red Sox vs. Rays lineup: holiday sales day

The Red Sox welcome the first-place Rays to Boston with Chris Sale on the mound as they beg another key streak this afternoon at Fenway Park (1:10 p.m., NESN, ESPN off-market).

The winning streak is over and it is with a heavy heart that we can now say that Jack López is no longer undefeated in his MLB career. It’s far from the worst thing in the world, but it’s probably the bottom five, if you ask us. Fortunately, Sale is here to chase our blues and beat a Rays team that is eight games ahead of our boys, or whoever is left at this point. Nick Pivetta and Danny Santana were added to the COVID list yesterday. Who could be next? It’s anyone’s guess.

Sale will be matched by Ryan Yarbrough, who Dennis Eckersley can’t stand, which should result in some funny comments. López has been kicked out now that the streak is over and Taylor Motter takes his place in second and hits… in the lead? What? OK. No matter. It is all I have.

Game 140 against Rays

Programming place Rays Red Sox
Programming place Rays Red Sox
1 Randy Arozarena, RF Taylor Motter, 2B
2 Wander Franco, SS Kyle Schwarber, DH
3 Nelson Cruz, DH Hunter Renfroe, RF
4 Yandy Diaz, 3B JD Martinez, LF
5 Jordan Luplow, 1B Rafael Devers, 3B
6 Manuel Margot, CF Bobby Dalbec, 1B
7 Austin Meadows, LF Alex Verdugo, CF
8 Francisco Mejía, C Christian Vázquez, C
9 Taylor Walls, 2B Jonathan Arauz, SS
SP Ryan Yarbrough, LHP Chris Sale, LHP


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