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MLB lineups for Wednesday, May 10: Charlie Blackmon, Andres Gimenez among early sits

We provide updates on MLB lineup news, providing fantasy baseball and betting analysis on Wednesday, May 10th.

Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies in action against the New York Mets at Citi Field on May 05, 2023 in New York City. The Mets defeated the Rockies 1-0. Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

A travel Wednesday means plenty of early starts throughout MLB, with nine matinee starts on the schedule. Our daily lineup report will keep you up to the minute with who’s starting and who’s sitting so you can set your lineups with confidence.

MLB starting lineups: Wednesday, May 10

Colorado Rockies vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, 12:35 p.m. ET

Jurickson Profar is back leading off while Ezequiel Tovar climbs all the way up to second in the order. Kris Bryant will serve as the DH as Charlie Blackmon sits with Randal Grichuk in right and Brenton Doyle in center.

Andrew McCutchen is back in the lineup at DH while Chris Owings gets a start at short and Tucupita Marcano spells Ji-Hwan Bae at second base.

Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees, 12:35 p.m. ET

Ryan Noda starts over Jesus Aguilar again at first with JJ Bleday in right and Jordan Diaz manning second.

Aaron Judge will DH in his third game back from the IL with Oswaldo Cabrera in right, Isiah Kiner-Falefa in left and DJ LeMahieu at third.

Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Guardians, 1:10 p.m. ET

Zack McKinstry seems to be Detroit’s main leadoff guy at this point, with Andy Ibanez at third, Akil Baddoo in left and Miguel Cabrera at DH.

David Fry gets a start at third while Tyler Freeman spells Andres Gimenez at second base. Gabriel Arias gets the nod in right over Will Brennan.

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 1:40 p.m. ET

Chris Taylor moves to left today with Miguel Rojas getting a start at short and Trayce Thompson playing left with a southpaw on the mound.

Owen Miller will lead off with a lefty on the mound today with Mike Brosseau as the DH and Luke Voit at first base.

Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners, 3:40 p.m. ET

Robbie Grossman will play left and bat second today with Leody Taveras in center and Josh Smith serving as the DH.

Julio Rodriguez is finally out of the leadoff spot after a season-long slump, with J.P. Crawford batting first in his return to the lineup from a knee injury. AJ Pollock will DH as Kolten Wong gets the start at second.

Miami Marlins vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 3:40 p.m. ET

Jean Segura sits again with Jon Berti at third, Joe Wendle at short and Peyton Burdick spelling Bryan de la Cruz in left. Luis Arraez will start at first while Yuli Gurriel sits.

Josh Rojas returns to the leadoff spot with Corbin Carroll in left, Alek Thomas back in center and Pavin Smith playing right. Geraldo Perdomo gets the start at short over Nick Ahmed.

Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants, 3:45 p.m. ET

The red-hot Lane Thomas will lead off with a lefty on the mound while Stone Garrett returns to the lineup in left and Ildemaro Vargas spells CJ Abrams at short.

Thairo Estrada gets a day off as Casey Schmitt mans short, Brett Wisely plays second and Blake Sabol gets a start in left with Joey Bart behind the plate.

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 4:05 p.m. ET

No George Springer this afternoon for Toronto as Cavan Biggio draws a start in right. Whit Merrifield starts at second and is up to fifth in the lineup while Brandon Belt serves as the DH and Danny Jansen catches.

Not much change at all for the Phillies after their win last night, with Alec Bohm at first, Edmundo Sosa at third and Brandon Marsh down to eighth in the order.

Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Angels, 4:07 p.m. ET

Jeremy Pena returns to the leadoff spot with Mauricio Dubon out while Yainier Diaz spells Jose Abreu at first and Corey Julks gets a start in right with Kyle Tucker at DH.

Taylor Ward will lead off as Zach Neto drops down to ninth in the order and Brandon Drury gets another start at second for L.A. Matt Thaiss will handle catching duties.

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles, 6:35 p.m. ET

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Adam Frazier gets another start at second and Gunnar Henderson will play third with Ramon Urias out as Ryan O’Hearn serves as the DH.

New York Mets vs. Cincinnati Reds, 6:40 p.m. ET

Brett Baty will bat fifth again while Jeff McNeil spells Mark Canha in left and Luis Guillorme plays second. Francisco Alvarez gets another start behind the plate after his two-homer day yesterday.

Business as usual for the Reds, with TJ Friedl, Jake Fraley and Wil Myers in the outfield and Henry Ramos manning the DH spot.

Boston Red Sox vs. Atlanta Braves, 7:20 p.m. ET

Rafael Devers will get a day off as Justin Turner plays third, Masataka Yoshida serves as the DH and Rob Refsnyder takes left field.

Travis d’Arnaud is back at catcher for Atlanta while Sean Murphy serves as the DH and Eddie Rosario plays left.

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs, 7:40 p.m. ET

Tommy Edman leads off with a lefty on the mound while Willson Contreras will DH once again and Juan Yepez gets a start in left field. Paul DeJong will play short while Brendan Donovan sits.

Nick Madrigal gets another start at second as Nico Hoerner nurses a hamstring strain, while Patrick Wisdom starts at third and Trey Mancini mans first. Christopher Morel will serve as the DH.

San Diego Padres vs. Minnesota Twins, 7:40 p.m. ET

Jake Cronenworth is up to second in the lineup with Matt Carpenter serving as the DH and Rougned Odor getting a start at second over Ha-Seong Kim.

Byron Buxton is up to the leadoff spot with Max Kepler hitting sixth as Alex Kirilloff gets another start at first while Kyle Farmer takes over for the recently-demoted Jose Miranda at third.

Chicago White Sox vs. Kansas City Royals, 7:40 p.m. ET

Gavin Sheets gets another start in right field with Hanser Alberto covering third and Yasmani Grandal serving as the DH.

Nick Pratto is back at first while Matt Duffy gets a start at third and Nate Eaton will patrol center field.