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MLB lineups for Monday, April 24: Kris Bryant returns, Luis Arraez out again

We provide updates on MLB lineup news, providing fantasy baseball and betting analysis on Monday, April 24.

Kris Bryant of the Colorado Rockies bats against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on April 22, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

It’s a slightly lighter slate than usual across MLB on Monday, April 24, but our daily lineup report never rests. Stay up to the minute on who’s starting, who’s sitting and who you should target for your DFS and/or streaming needs.

MLB starting lineups: Monday, April 24

Colorado Rockies vs. Cleveland Guardians, 6:10 p.m. ET

The just-promoted Trenton Doyle will make his MLB debut tonight, batting eighth and starting in center for Colorado. Kris Bryant is back in the lineup in right field after a couple days off due to injury and Ezequiel Tovar will man shortstop.

Andres Gimenez is back in the lineup after a day off on Sunday, while Josh Naylor continues to hit toward the bottom of the lineup. Myles Straw gets a start in center while Will Brennan sits.

Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles, 6:35 p.m. ET

The Red Sox seem to have settled on something of a regular lineup now, with Enrique Hernandez at second, Triston Casas at first and Jarren Duran in center.

James McCann will catch tonight against a lefty while Adley Rutschman serves as the DH. Ramon Urias and Jorge Mateo are both back healthy for Baltimore, while Cedric Mullins and Adam Frazier slide down in the order.

Houston Astros vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 6:40 p.m. ET

Jeremy Pena is back up to the two-hole while Yainier Diaz gets a start at DH and Sunday hero Corey Julks starts in left. Jake Meyers continues to start in center while Chas McCormick is out.

Josh Lowe gets another start after a day off on Sunday, while Manuel Margot plays center, Harold Ramirez handles DH duties and Isaac Paredes starts at third.

Texas Rangers vs. Cincinnati Reds, 6:40 p.m. ET

The red-hot Jonah Heim gets an off day for Texas, as Sandy Leon will catch while Robbie Grossman-Leody Taveras-Bubba Thompson continues to be the preferred outfield trio.

Henry Ramos has been called up from Triple-A and will start at DH for Cincinnati, as Spencer Steer starts at third and bats third while Nick Senzel gets the nod in center.

Chicago White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays, 7:07 p.m. ET

Oscar Colas returns after a couple of days off for the White Sox, while Yasmani Grandal is back at catcher.

No George Springer for Toronto tonight, as Cavan Biggio will handle right field and Brandon Belt starts at first while Vladimir Guerrero Jr. serves as the DH.

Miami Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves, 7:20 p.m. ET

Jazz Chisholm returns to the leadoff spot while Luis Arraez will once again sit for Miami against Spencer Strider.

Marcell Ozuna gets a rare start at DH, while Sean Murphy is back in the lineup after a rest day Sunday and Ehire Adrianza spells Vaughn Grissom at short.

New York Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins, 7:40 p.m. ET

Aaron Hicks gets a rare start in center as the Yankees look for any kind of offensive spark. Franchy Cordero will play right and Oswaldo Cabrera will play left while Aaron Judge serves as the DH and DJ LeMahieu plays third.

Max Kepler’s recent warm spell has him back in the leadoff spot, while Byron Buxton serves as the DH and Michael A. Taylor starts in center.

Detroit Tigers vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 7:40 p.m. ET

Akil Baddoo is back atop the lineup, followed by Riley Greene, as Nick Maton slides to the fourth spot. Zack McKinstry gets a start at second base while Eric Haase handles catching duties.

Mike Brosseau gets a turn at leadoff for Milwaukee with a lefty on the mound, while Brian Anderson is up to fourth in the order and Owen Miller gets a start at second base.

Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Angels, 9:38 p.m. ET

Brent Riker returns and will start in right while Jordan Diaz and Aledmys Diaz man second and third, respectively, and Carlos Perez serves as the DH.

Chad Wallach remains the Angels’ starting catcher with Logan O’Hoppe out, while Zach Neto bats ninth again and Luis Rengifo gets a start at second.

Kansas City Royals vs. Arizona Diamondbacks, 9:40 p.m. ET

Edward Olivares will bat second and start in left, with Franmil Reyes at DH, Hunter Dozier in right and Jackie Bradley Jr. in center.

Josh Rojas gets a day off, as Geraldo Perdomo leads off and Evan Longoria starts at third.

St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants, 9:45 p.m. ET

Paul DeJong will make his first start of the year as he returns from injury tonight, while Nolan Arenado gets a day off and Brendan Donovan plays third. Alec Burleson slides down to fifth in the order and Tyler O’Neill gets the start in left.

Mitch Haniger is finally set to make his Giants debut, while Darin Ruf was placed on the IL with a wrist injury. Austin Slater will DH and lead off while Joc Pedersen sits.