Starting lineups: Nats vs. Mets in West Palm Beach (1:45 p.m. start)

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - We really haven't had much reason to worry about the weather this spring, but today that's unfortunately the case. The skies have darkened over The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in the last hour, and there's a good chance of heavy rain this afternoon, threatening the Nationals' game against the Mets.

If the weather cooperates, Bob, F.P. and Dan will have the call on MASN, and you'll be able to watch a good sampling of Nats regulars take the field. As has been the case more often than not this spring, Trea Turner is leading off with Jayson Werth batting second. Dusty Baker hasn't revealed his opening day lineup intentions just yet, but it sure seems like he's leaning toward hitting Werth up in the order rather than down in the order.

Erick Fedde gets the opportunity to make the start, perhaps one final opportunity for the young prospect to pitch in front of the major league coaching staff before he heads down to minor league camp to prepare for the opening of the season. The right-hander faces a tough test today, with most of the Mets regulars making the trip down from Port St. Lucie.

Update: The start of today's game has been delayed by rain. We'll update the status of the game if and when information becomes available.

Update II: The game is scheduled to start at 1:45 p.m.

Where: The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, West Palm Beach
Gametime: 1:05 p.m. EST
Radio: None
Weather: Rain, 77 degrees, wind 15 mph in from center field

SS Trea Turner
LF Jayson Werth
RF Bryce Harper
3B Anthony Rendon
1B Ryan Zimmerman
CF Brian Goodwin
2B Stephen Drew
C Matt Wieters
RHP Erick Fedde

3B José Reyes
SS Asdrubal Cabrera
LF Yoenis Céspedes
CF Curtis Granderson
2B Neil Walker
RF Jay Bruce
1B Lucas Duda
C Kevin Plawecki
RHP Robert Gsellman

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