Marlins Vs. Nationals: Saturday Night Lineups

After splitting a double header on Friday, the Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals are back at it on Saturday night, as the Marlins look to move closer to .500 -- and play spoiler a bit in the National League East.

Mark Buehrle gets the start for the Fish, looking to even up his record at 10-10. Despite the 9-10 record, Buehrle has pitched very well for Miami this year, to the tune of a 3.60 ERA and 1.21 WHIP, so he'll hope for a fair amount of run support on Saturday night.

Davey Johnson and Ozzie Guillen have announced the starting lineups for Saturday's game, and they are as follows:

Miami Marlins

LF Bryan Petersen
RF Scott Cousins
SS Jose Reyes
1B Carlos Lee
3B Greg Dobbs
2B Donovan Solano
CF Gorkys Hernandez
C John Buck
SP Mark Buehrle

Washington Nationals

SS Danny Espinosa
RF Bryce Harper
3B Ryan Zimmerman
LF Michael Morse
1B Adam LaRoche
CF Jayson Werth
C Kurt Suzuki
2B Steve Lombardozzi
SP Jordan Zimmermann

Suzuki, who was acquired by the Nationals from the Oakland A's, will start in his Washington debut.

For the latest on the Marlins, be sure to check out Fish Stripes and join the discussion.


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