Brett Cecil (L), Jon Lester (R)

After falling yesterday, the Boston Red Sox look to get back on track in the middle game of a three-game set with the Toronto Blue Jays tonight at Fenway Park.

Tonight’s first pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. and you can watch the game on NESN in the Red Sox television market. If you live in the Blue Jays television market, you can catch the game on Rogers SportsNet. And if you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can always listen to the game on the 2011 Red Sox Radio Network.

Jon Lester looks to become the sixth pitcher in MLB to get 11 wins in his 18th start of 2011. In his previous 17 starts, Lester is 10-4 with a 3.43 ERA. He’s made three starts against the Blue Jays in 2011 and is 2-0 with a 3.26 ERA. He’s made 16 career starts against the Jays and is 9-4 with a 3.40 ERA. Six of those starts have come at the Fens where he is 4-1 with a 2.89 ERA.

Brett Cecil makes just his sixth start of the season for the Blue Jays tonight. In his previous five starts, he is 1-3 with a 7.24 ERA. His lone win of the season came in his only start of 2011 against the Red Sox. In that start, he picked up the victory after allowing three runs in six innings. He’s made five career starts against the Red Sox and is 2-3 with a 6.51 ERA. Three of those starts have come at the Fens where he is 2-1 with a 7.79 ERA.

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Here are this evening’s lineups:

Toronto Blue Jays42-44 Boston Red Sox49-35
1. Rajai Davis CF 1. Jacoby Ellsbury CF
2. Corey Patterson LF 2. Marco Scutaro SS
3. Jose Bautista 3B 3. Adrian Gonzalez 1B
4. Adam Lind 1B 4. Dustin Pedroia 2B
5. Edwin Encarnacion DH 5. David Ortiz DH
6. Travis Snider RF 6. Darnell McDonald LF
7. J. P. Arencibia C 7. Jason Varitek C
8. John McDonald SS 8. J. D. Drew RF
9. Mike McCoy 2B 9. Yamaico Navarro 3B
Brett Cecil SP Jon Lester SP

And here is how the hitters have fared against tonight’s starting pitchers:

Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox batter/pitcher matchups

Notes: After being designated for assignment last week, Mike Cameron has been traded to the Florida Marlins plus cash. The Red Sox will either get back cash considerations or a player-to-be-named later.

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The richest aren’t necessarily the best [Clubhouse Insider]

Kevin Youkilis expects to return tomorrow [Clubhouse Insider]

Pregame notes: Youkilis out; Crawford gets closer []

What to do about Lackey? [ESPN Boston]

Boston Red Sox’s Kevin Youkilis sitting day after hit by pitch [ESPN Boston]

Buchholz will see doctor Wednesday [ESPN Boston]

Lowrie still not taking BP [ESPN Boston]

Francona: Crawford ‘had a really good day’ [ESPN Boston]

A trade proposal: Lackey for Zito [Extra Bases]

The blinking heart of the city [Extra Bases]

Youkilis gets a day off [Extra Bases]

Red Sox Mailbag: CC Sabathia, Paul Konerko American League’s Biggest All-Star Snubs []

Banged-Up Kevin Youkilis Eyes All-Star Break as Chance to Heal []

Video: Carl Crawford Feeling Stronger, Red Sox Still May Take Conservative Route With Outfielder’s Return []

Video: Theo Epstein Says Red Sox More Likely to Be in Market for Position Players As Trade Deadline Nears []

Nuggetpalooza: Interleague Recap [Nuggetpalooza]

Last week Cameron, this week Lackey? [Projo Sox Blog]

Good cause, bad hat [Projo Sox Blog]

Former Red Sox shortstop Buddin dead at 77 [Projo Sox Blog]

Youkilis out Tuesday, expects return Wednesday [Projo Sox Blog]

Crawford return in the “not-too-distant future” [Projo Sox Blog]

Injury updates: Buchholz, Lowrie [Projo Sox Blog]

Seeking 11th win, Lester looks to even series []

Red Sox trade veteran Cameron to Marlins []

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