Looking for spark, Rays tinker with Game 5 lineup
PHILADELPHIA -- In desperate need of an offensive spark, the Tampa Bay Rays tinkered with their batting order before Game 5 of the World Series on Monday night.
With the AL champions trailing the best-of-seven series 3-1 and facing Philadelphia ace Cole Hamels, Carl Crawford was shifted from fifth to his customary No. 2 hole and B.J. Upton was dropped from second to third. Also, Carlos Pena was moved from third to cleanup and Evan Longoria from fourth to fifth.
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