Beckham is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Brewers.
This appears to be a normal day off for Beckham, although it could be a nice mental break as well considering the third baseman is hitless in his last three games. Chase d'Arnaud will take over for him at the hot corner Wednesday.
Johnson is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Brewers.
After garnering the start for the series opener, Johnson will head to the bench for game two. Even with right-handers on the mound, Johnson has been ceding a lot of starts to younger players lately in what seems to be an effort to feel out the different options the Braves have for the future. That trend will continue Wednesday, as Reid Brignac takes over for the 34-year-old at second base.
Vazquez is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Rockies, Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald reports.
Vazquez will get the day off after playing in five straight games. The 25-year-old has struggled a bit at the dish this season, hitting just .226/.270/.345 with six RBI through 24 games, but will likely continue to be starting catcher for the Red Sox.
Hanigan is in the lineup and batting eighth, Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald reports.
Hanigan had been day-to-day with a hand injury but appears to back to full strength. The 35-year-old is hiting .179 with eight RBI this season.
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