Rookie Wil Myers will play right field and bat sixth today in his major-league debut, the first game of the Tampa Bay Rays' day-night doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.

And, by the way, Evan Longoria returns to third base for the first time since Thursday. He spent the last three games as the designated hitter because of a case of plantar fasciitis in his right foot.

Also, Desmond Jennings has been moved up the lineup to No. 2.

Rookie pitcher Chris Archer makes his fourth start of the season in the opener.

Archer and Jake Odorizzi, who pitches tonight's second game, will become the first rookies in team history to start both ends of a doubleheader. This is just the fourth time in the past 35 years that a visiting team started two rookie pitchers during a twin bill at Fenway Park.

The last time a visiting team started a pair of rookies and swept a doubleheader in Boston was 1927.