Starting lineups: Nats vs. Mets in Port St. Lucie

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – The day has come at last. It’s the final day of spring training. Later this evening, the Nationals will board their charter flight and head north to D.C. But first, there’s one last game to play down here.

The Nats, who at 15-11-1 already are assured of finishing with a winning Grapefruit League record, head up the road to face the Mets in this afternoon’s finale. They’ll have Patrick Corbin on the mound making his final tune-up start before he takes the mound Saturday in Cincinnati for Game 2 of the regular season.

The lineup isn’t quite what we’ll see Thursday in Cincinnati, but it’s probably close. Riley (“Grey Pants”) Adams is behind the plate for one more spring road game. And Joey Meneses has the day off, leaving Eddie Rosario as the designated hitter. Trey Lipscomb (still in contention for the final spot on the roster) is on the trip but will come off the bench.

Clover Park, Port St. Lucie

Gametime: 1:10 p.m. EDT
TV: (Mets feed)
Radio: (Mets feed)
Weather: Partly cloudy, 76 degrees, wind 18 mph in from center field

SS CJ Abrams

RF Lane Thomas
LF Jesse Winker
DH Eddie Rosario
1B Joey Gallo
3B Nick Senzel
2B Luis García Jr.
C Riley Adams
CF Victor Robles

LHP Patrick Corbin

LF Brandon Nimmo
SS Francisco Lindor
1B Pete Alonso
2B Jeff McNeil
RF Starling Marte
C Francisco Alvarez
DH DJ Stewart
3B Brett Baty
CF Tyrone Taylor

RHP Luis Severino

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