Daniel Nava will be Boston’s DH Tuesday night, batting third against the White Sox. It is the first time in his career he is batting third in the order.
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Carl Crawford will once again bat out of the two-spot for Boston, after going 1-for-3 with two runs scored in his 2012 debut Monday night.
With Nava — a switch hitter — batting third, Boston could feature another lineup with four straight lefties at the top.
Here is the full Red Sox lineup for Tuesday night:
1. Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
2. Carl Crawford, LF
3. Daniel Nava, DH
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