After beating the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 on Monday afternoon at City of Palms Park in Ft. Myers, FL, the Boston Red Sox will play a split-squad doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon.

One of the split-squads will stay at City of Palms Park and take on a split-squad from the Houston Astros. The other split-squad will head to Jupiter, FL to take on the St. Louis Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium.

Here are the lineups for the game against the Astros.

Houston Astros

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1. T.J. Steele CF 1. Ryan Kalish CF
2. Bill Hall 2B 2. Dustin Pedroia 2B
3. Brian Bogusevic
RF 3. Carl Crawford LF
4. Jason Michaels
LF 4. J.D. Drew DH
5. Chris Johnson 3B 5. Jed Lowrie 1B
6. Koby Clemens 1B 6. Jarrod Saltalamacchia C
7. Tommy Manzella SS 7. Josh Reddick RF
8. Humberto Quintero C 8. Nate Spears 3B
9. Jose Thompson DH 9. Jose Iglesias SS
Aneury Rodriguez SP Josh Beckett SP

Also scheduled to pitch for the Red Sox: RHP Jonathan Papelbon, RHP Daniel Bard, LHP Dennys Reyes, RHP Matt Fox, RHP Matt Albers.

Also scheduled to pitch for the Astros: RHP Lance Pendleton, RHP David Carpenter, RHP Arcenio Leon, RHP Jose Valdez, RHP Ross Wolf.

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Here are the lineups for the game against the Cardinals.

Boston Red Sox

St. Louis Cardinals

1. Jacoby Ellsbury
CF 1. Ryan Theriot SS
2. Darnell McDonald
LF 2. Colby Rasmus CF
3. David Ortiz
DH 3. Albert Pujols 1B
4. Kevin Youkilis
3B 4. Matt Holliday LF
5. Oscar Tejeda
2B 5. Lance Berkman DH
6. Lars Anderson 1B 6. Yadier Molina C
7. Yamaico Navarro
SS 7. Skip Schumaker 2B
8. Juan Carlos Linares RF 8. Allen Craig
9. Mark Wagner C 9. Matt Carpenter 3B
Stolmy Pimentel SP Jaime Garcia SP

Also scheduled to pitch for the Red Sox: RHP Brandon Duckworth, RHP Jason Rice, RHP Clevelan Santeliz

Also scheduled to pitch for the Cardinals: RHP Brandon Dickson, RHP Maikel Cleto

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