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Rogers scheduled to start for Miami against Boston

Rogers scheduled to start for Miami against Boston

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Boston Red Sox (18-31, fifth in the AL East) vs. Miami Marlins (24-22, second in the NL East)

Miami; Wednesday, 6:40 p.m. EDT

PITCHING PROBABLES: Boston: Mike Kickham (1-0, 5.00 ERA) Miami: Trevor Rogers (1-1, 6.50 ERA)

LINE: Red Sox favored by 1 1/2 runs; over/under is 9 1/2 runs

BOTTOM LINE: Rafael Devers and the Red Sox will take on the Marlins Wednesday.

The Marlins are 7-12 on their home turf. Miami has a team on-base percentage of .320, led by Brian Anderson with a mark of .371.

The Red Sox have gone 10-14 away from home. Boston ranks sixth in the MLB in hitting with a .263 batting average, Alex Verdugo leads the team with an average of .308.

TOP PERFORMERS: Corey Dickerson leads the Marlins with six home runs and is batting .250.

Rafael Devers leads the Red Sox with 24 extra base hits and is slugging .533.

INJURIES: Marlins: Pat Venditte: (right oblique), Stephen Tarpley: (right oblique), Drew Steckenrider: (elbow), Mike Morin: (elbow), Brian Moran: (knee), Brandon Leibrandt: (left elbow), Elieser Hernandez: (right lat), Magneuris Sierra: (right hamstring), Harold Ramirez: (left hamstring), Logan Forsythe: (oblique), Isan Diaz: (groin), Jon Berti: (finger), Francisco Cervelli: (concussion).

Red Sox: Andrew Triggs: (nerve irritation), Josh Taylor: (shoulder), Chris Sale: (elbow), Eduardo Rodriguez: (heart), Darwinzon Hernandez: (sc joint), Kyle Hart: (hip), Zack Godley: (elbow), Austin Brice: (right lat), Colten Brewer: (finger), Andrew Benintendi: (rib), Dustin Pedroia: (knee).


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