Dodgers Vs. Cardinals: Sunday Starting Lineups

The Los Angeles Dodgers look to complete their weekend sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers have won three straight games and eight of their last 10 contests, and are 18-4 at home this season. This is the first game of the year for the Dodgers on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball.

Chad Billingsley gets the start for the Dodgers, looking for his first win since April 11. Kyle Lohse gets the call for the Cardinals, looking for his fifth victory of the season.

Both teams are banged up, as the Cardinals placed Allen Craig and Kyle McClellan on the disabled list on Friday, the Dodgers put Mark Ellis on the DL Saturday and announced that he would miss at least six weeks after urgent leg surgery, then St. Louis placed Lance Berkman on the DL on Sunday with a right knee injury. Ellis is the fourth Dodgers starter currently on the disabled list.

Here are the starting lineups for Sunday's series finale:

Cardinals (22-18)

Furcal SS
Schumaker CF
Holliday LF
Beltran RF
Freese 3B
Molina C
Adams 1B
Descalso 2B
Lohse P

Dodgers (27-13)

Gwynn CF
Herrera 2B
Abreu LF
Ethier RF
Kennedy 3B
Loney 1B
Ellis C
Sellers SS
Billingsley P

For more Dodgers news and notes, be sure to read True Blue LA.

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