This is totally dependent on how second baseman Brian Roberts and shortstop J.J. Hardy feel today. Roberts went to the hospital last night because he was dealing with stomach pain, while Hardy was scheduled to miss a second straight game with tightness in his left side. In a perfect world, I think the Orioles, who do have both Cesar Izturis and Robert Andino on the roster, would be fine with holding out Hardy through Monday's offday so he's ready for Tuesday's series opener in New York. However, they may not have the luxury with Roberts ailing as well. The hope obviously is that Roberts is just dealing with a 24-hour stomach virus, which might allow him to play one of the two games today. If it's more serious, the Orioles would obviously have to consider putting their leadoff man on the disabled list and potentially calling up one of their veteran infielders from Triple-A, such as Brendan Harris or Nick Green. If it's a day-to-day thing, like Hardy is dealing with, you could be looking at a double-play combination of Izturis and Andino for both games today. Even if Roberts and Hardy are much improved and available today, the reality is that they probably wouldn't start both games, meaning that Andino could be in line for his first start of the season.