There’s no rest for the weary.

The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees ensured their first meeting of the season was a memorable one. The two teams played into the early hours of Saturday morning, with the Sox outlasting the Yanks 6-5 in a contest that included 19 innings, 6 hours and 49 minutes, 17 pitchers and one 16-minute delay due to a power outage. And they’ll get right back to the grind Saturday afternoon.

It was the longest game (in terms of time) in Red Sox history, meaning the team didn’t get a whole lot of shuteye prior to their middle game of the series. But that clearly wasn’t an issue for Dustin Pedroia, who will of course be batting second and playing second base today. [tweet align=’center’]

The outfield will look completely different from Friday’s contest, however, as Brock Holt will replace Mookie Betts in center field, while Allen Craig will take over in right field and Daniel Nava will shift over to left, giving Hanley Ramirez the day off.

Joe Kelly will come off the disabled list and take the mound for Boston after his most recent bullpen session on Wednesday proved he was ready to go. The right-hander posted a 4-2 record in 10 starts with a 4.11 ERA after joining the Red Sox at the MLB trade deadline last season. Kelly will be opposed by Adam Warren, who finished with a 3.47 ERA with the Yankees as a reliever last year.

Check out both teams’ full lineups below.

RED SOX (3-1)
Brock Holt, CF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Mike Napoli, 1B
Pablo Sandoval, 3B
Allen Craig, RF
Daniel Nava, LF
Xander Bogaerts, SS
Ryan Hanigan, C

Joe Kelly, RHP

Brett Gardner, LF
Chris Young, CF
Carlos Beltran, DH
Alex Rodriguez, 1B
Chase Headley, 3B
Garrett Jones, RF
John Ryan Murphy, C
Did Gregorius, SS
Gregorio Petit, 2B

Adam Warren, RHP