The Boston Red Sox made the long trek across the state of Florida yesterday to Jupiter to take on the Florida Marlins and came away with a 9-0 win.

Tim Wakefield started for the Red Sox and had himself a great outing. He went three scoreless innings, allowing two hits and recorded one strikeout. He threw 30 pitches, 22 of them for strikes.

Josh Reddick paced the Red Sox offense with three hits and an RBI. Ryan Kalish, Yamaico Navarro and Jeremy Hermida both added two hits with Hermida and Kalish knocking in runs as well. Gil Velazquez and Dusty Brown each had a hit and two RBIs.

Today, the Red Sox are at City of Palms Park as their AL East rivals the Tampa Bay Rays come to town.

The game will start at 1:05 p.m. and will be available on WEEI 850 AM. It is also available on if you have the or Gameday Audio package. You can also catch it on the MLB At Bat app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Jon Lester will start for the Red Sox and he’ll be followed by Brian Shouse, Manny Delcarmen, Jonathan Papelbon, Hideki Okajima, Daniel Bard and Ramon Ramirez. David Price will start for the Rays and he’ll be followed by RHP Joaquin Benoit, RHP Richard De Los Santos, LHP Heath Phillips and RHP Dale Thayer.

Here is today’s starting lineups:

Tampa Bay Rays

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1. Jason Bartlett SS 1. Jacoby Ellsbury LF
2. Gabe Kapler LF 2. Dustin Pedroia 2B
3. Ben Zobrist RF 3. Victor Martinez DH
4. Pat Burrell DH 4. Kevin Youkilis 1B
5. B.J. Upton CF 5. Adrian Beltre 3B
6. Sean Rodriguez 2B 6. Marco Scutaro SS
7. Kelly Shoppach C 7. Mike Cameron CF
8. Ryan Shealy 1B 8. Bill Hall RF
9. Reed Brignac 3B 9. Dusty Brown C
David  Price SP Jon Lester SP

Ex-Marlin Hermida now smaller fish in big pond [Boston Globe]

Wakefield’s knuckler really travels well [Boston Globe]

Restaurant to sell ‘season passes’ [Boston Globe]

Club hopes Jeremy Hermida’s game continues to grow [Boston Herald]

Sox’ Bill Hall makes most of new reality [Boston Herald]

Knuckleballer puts a grip on his spot [Boston Herald]

Dustin Pedroia, Marco Scutaro double up [Boston Herald]

Hermida returns as a changed man [CSN New England]

Papelbon feels Joe Nathan’s pain [CSN New England]

Red Sox notes: It was a breeze for Wakefield [CSN New England]

Last Night’s Winner: The Boston Yankees [Deadspin]

Hermida could be ace in hole for Sox [ESPN Boston]

Pedroia’s numbers, for the doubters [ESPN Boston]

Tito’s thoughts, the a.m. edition [ESPN Boston]

Daisuke: I want to play at least 10 more years in the U.S. [Full Count]

What’s New with the Red Sox: Tuesday [Full Count]

Okajima quite happy being who, where he is [Providence Journal]

Red Sox Journal: ‘Ageless’ Wakefield continues on [Providence Journal]

Sox’s Hermida enjoys Marlins reunion []

Pedroia, Scutaro quickly form tight bond []