Here are the lineups:
|RED SOX (39-34)||TWINS (47-23)|
|Betts RF||Kepler CF|
|Benintendi LF||Polanco SS|
|Martinez DH||Cruz DH|
|Devers 3B||Rosario LF|
|Bogaerts SS||Cron 1B|
|Holt 2B||Gonzalez RF|
|Chavis 1B||Sano 3B|
|Bradley Jr. CF||Castro C|
|León C||Schoop 2B|
|Pitching: RHP Rick Porcello (4-6, 4.69 ERA)||Pitching: RHP Jose Berrios (8-2, 3.01 ERA)|
Game time: 8:10 p.m.
TV/radio: NESN/WEEI-FM 93.7
Twins vs. Porcello: Cruz 6-40, Schoop 8-25, Cron 3-15, Rosario 2-18, Gonzalez 4-14, Kepler 3-15, Torreyes 2-12, Sano 2-11, Castro 5-10, Polanco 2-9, Buxton 1-6, Adrianza 0-2, Cave 1-2, Garver 0-2.
Red Sox vs. Berrios: Martinez 4-11, Betts 3-9, Benintendi 3-7, Bradley Jr. 1-8, Leon 1-9, Nunez 2-7, Bogaerts 0-6, Devers 1-3, Holt 0-2.
Stat of the Day: The Red Sox have scored 35 runs in their last four games and hit 14 home runs.
Notes: Porcello has a 3.83 ERA in 31 games against the Twins . . . Andrew Benintendi is hitting .297 with nine extra-base hits and 10 RBIs in his last 15 games, but missed Sunday’s game with a left quad strain . . . The Red Sox have won five in a row and are five games over .500 for the first time this season . . . The Twins are in first place in the AL Central and own the best record in baseball . . . At 37, Rocco Baldelli is the youngest manager in baseball.
Song of the Day: “Six Six Six” by Say Anything