After splitting their squads on Sunday, the Boston Red Sox will once again do the same thing on Monday.

A team of what will likely be bench players plus minor leaguers for the Red Sox will head to Jupiter to take on the St. Louis Cardinals. And back in Ft. Myers, Terry Francona will trot out what appears to be the Opening Day lineup sans the starting pitcher against the Tampa Bay Rays.

The game against the Cardinals will start at 1:05 p.m. and there is no television or radio. The game against the Rays will start at 1:05 p.m. and there is also no television or radio for the game.

Michael Bowden will make the start for the Red Sox against the Cardinals and he’ll be followed by LHP Fabio Castro and RHP Ramon A. Ramirez. Kyle Lohse is scheduled to start for the Cards.

Boof Bonser will make the start for the Red Sox against the Rays and he’ll be followed by RHP Scott Atchison, and RHP Junichi Tazawa. James Shields will start for the Rays and he’ll be followed by RHP Winston Abreu, RHP Richard De Los Santos and RHP Mike Ekstrom.

Continue reading for the lineups and links.

Boston Red Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

1. Bill Hall SS 1. Skip Schumaker 2B
2. Josh Reddick CF 2. Brendan Ryan SS
3. Jeremy Hermida LF 3. Matt Holliday DH
4. Tug Hulett 2B 4. Colby Rasmus CF
5. Anthony Rizzo DH 5. Jason LaRue C
6. Dusty Brown C 6. John Jay RF
7. Aaron Bates 1B 7. Ruben Gotay 1B
8. Angel Sanchez 3B 8. Tyler Henley LF
9. Peter Hissey RF 9. Donovan Solano 3B
Michael Bowden SP Kyle Lohse SP

Tampa Bay Rays

Red Sox logo

1. Jason Bartlett SS 1. Jacoby Ellsbury LF
2. Carl Crawford LF 2. Dustin Pedroia 2B
3. Evan Longoria 3B 3. Victor Martinez C
4. Carlos Peña 1B 4. Kevin Youkilis 1B
5. Ben Zobrist CF 5. David Ortiz DH
6. Pat Burrell RF 6. J.D. Drew RF
7. Hank Blalock DH 7. Adrian Beltre 3B
8. Sean Rodriguez 2B 8. Mike Cameron CF
9. Kelly Shoppach C 9. Marco Scutaro SS
James Shields SP Boof Bonser SP

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A look at the Sox’s starting pitching depth [ESPN Boston]

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Big Papi delivers a kind word [Extra Bases]

Dustin Pedroia answers your questions [Extra Bases]

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