The Chamber is "going for a 2-0 record," Maddon said. "They had a great day last year -- they were 1-0, and so now they're going for 2-0."
Among their selections was B.J. Upton batting in the second spot with Carlos Pena batting third.
"They liked Upton in the two-hole," Maddon said. "The biggest dispute was Joyce vs. Pena, three-four. Then I explained to them the idea of Carlos being a high on-base percentage guy, having good at-bats, possibly setting the table even further for Joyce, so we all decided on Pena three and Joyce four."