Marlins Vs. Braves Lineups: Miami Shuffles Batting Order Against Atlanta

The Miami Marlins are looking to play the spoiler role against the Atlanta Braves, who are trying to snag the final wild card spot in the National League. The two team split the first two games in the series so far, and in the final game Josh Johnson is taking the mound for Miami.

The Marlins have a new leadoff batter and left fielder for Wednesday's game, with Bryan Petersen claiming that position and Gorkys Hernandez -- who led off Tuesday -- now batting second. Rob Brantly earned the nod at catcher with Joe Buck getting a night off.

Marlins:

1. Bryan Petersen LF
2. Gorkys Hernandez CF
3. Jose Reyes SS
4. Carlos Lee 1B
5. Greg Dobbs 3B
6. Austin Kearns RF
7. Rob Brantly C
8. Donovan Solano 2B
9. Josh Johnson P

Braves:

1. Michael Bourn CF
2. Martin Prado SS
3. Jason Heyward RF
4. Chipper Jones 3B
5. Freddie Freeman 1B
6. Dan Uggla 2B
7. Brian McCann C
8. Jose Constanza LF
9. Kris Medlen P

For more on this series be sure to check out Fish Stripes. For the other dugout's perspective, check out Talking Chop. For news and notes from around Major League Baseball head over to Baseball Nation.

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