Colby Lewis (L), Tim Wakefield (R) - AP Photos

After being swept by the Tampa Bay Rays, the Boston Red Sox look to take out their frustrations on the Texas Rangers over the next three days.

First pitch for tonight’s game will be at 7:10 p.m. and will be shown on NESN in the Red Sox television market. The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest in the Rangers television market. If you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can always listen to the game on the 2010 Red Sox radio network.

Tim Wakefield looks to get the ship sailing back in the right direction for the Red Sox tonight. Wakefield has made two starts this season and is 0-1 with a 5.11 ERA. He’s made 33 appearances (26 starts) against the Rangers in his career and is 10-15 with a 5.98 ERA and four saves.

Colby Lewis makes his third start of the season after spending two years in Japan. In his two previous starts, he is 2-0 with a 2.19 ERA. He’s appeared in five games (one start) against the Red Sox in his career and has no record with a 1.93 ERA.

Keep reading for lineups, batter/pitcher matchups and pregame links.

Texas Rangers5-7

Red Sox logo4-9

1. Elvis Andrus SS 1. Marco Scutaro SS
2. Michael Young 3B 2. J.D. Drew RF
3. Josh Hamilton CF 3. Dustin Pedroia 2B
4. Vladimir Guerrero DH 4. Kevin Youkilis 1B
5. Nelson Cruz RF 5. Victor Martinez C
6. Chris Davis 1B 6. David Ortiz DH
7. Matt Treanor C 7. Adrian Beltre 3B
8. Joaquin Arias 2B 8. Jeremy Hermida LF
9. Julio Borbon LF 9. Josh Reddick CF
Colby Lewis SP Tim Wakefield SP

Here’s the hitters have fared against tonight’s starting pitchers in their careers:

Texas Rangers vs Boston Red Sox batter/pitcher matchups

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Sox put Cameron on disabled list [Clubhouse Insider]

Theo: “We have to own it” [Clubhouse Insider]

Lack of Clutch Hits Leaves Red Sox in Deep Hole [Don Orsillo –]

Preview: Red Sox, Rangers two of a kind [ESPN Boston]

Ask Amalie: A series of problems for the Sox [Extra Bases]

The Clutch is stuck for the Red Sox [Extra Bases]

Epstein: We’ve played bad baseball [Extra Bases]

Offseason revisited: Whither, Casey Kotchman? [Full Count]

Francona: ‘What we were doing wasn’t working’ [Full Count]

Terry Francona: ‘Time for Us to Show What We’re Made Of’ []

Team hopes rest, rehab will allow Cameron to return in two weeks [Projo Sox Blog]

Reddick gets in some quality History Channel time [Projo Sox Blog]

Something’s got to give for Rangers, Red Sox []

Red Sox grit seek All-Star shine again []

Comprehensive failure so far [Tony Massarotti – Boston Globe]