Dodgers Vs. Giants: Matt Kemp, Juan Uribe Return To Starting Lineup

The Los Angeles Dodgers return home Monday night to open an eight-game homestand against National League West foes. Monday begins a three-game series with the rival San Francisco Giants, their first visit to Dodger Stadium this season.

Matt Kemp did not start on Sunday due to a tight left hamstring, but he is back in the starting lineup on Monday night. Juan Uribe returns to the starting lineup for the first time in a week after battling a left wrist injury. Uribe, who made one pinch hitting appearance in the last five games, saw a specialist on Monday morning.

Monday's series opener features a pair of crafty left-handers opposing one another on the mound, with Ted Lilly starting for the Dodgers and Barry Zito getting the call for the Giants. Here are the starting lineups for Monday's series opener:

Giants (14-14)

Pagan CF
Theriot 2B
Cabrera RF
Posey 1B
Pill LF
Arias SS
Sanchez C
Gillaspie 3B
Zito P

Dodgers (18-10)

Gordon SS
Ellis 2B
Kemp CF
Ethier RF
Rivera 1B
Abreu LF
Uribe 3B
Ellis C
Lilly P

Bobby Abreu, who was signed last Friday, switched numbers from 33 to 23.

For more news and notes about the Dodgers and the NL West, be sure to read True Blue LA.

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