The Orioles' lineup in Kissimmee against the Astros has been altered because of Josh Bell's stomach illness. He is out, Ryan Adams is starting at second base and Brendan Harris moves to third base. Here is the new-look lineup:

Robert Andino, 6


Felix Pie, 8

Nolan Reimold, 7

Jake Fox, 3

Brendan Harris, 5

Brandon Snyder, DH

Craig Tatum, 2

Nick Green, 9

Ryan Adams, 4

Matt Wieters was supposed to be the designated hitter today, but he was scratched and didn't make the trip. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Wieters had some soreness in his thumb after being jammed by a pitch Friday. He could have played if it were the regular season.

First baseman Joe Mahoney was also scheduled to be on the trip, but he was scratched after tweaking a hamstring while running the bases Friday. It is also not considered serious.

Bell got sick after he made the trip to Kissimmee. He was scratched an hour before the game.

Shortstop Cesar Izturis had originally lobbied to be on the trip, but Showalter said he didn't consider pushing Izturis to play today after he played the majority of Friday's game. He had been hobbled by a slightly injured left ankle.

Showalter said second baseman Brian Roberts is expected to have an MRI of his balky back this afternoon.

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