Dodgers Vs. White Sox Starting Lineups: Elian Herrera In Center Field

The Dodgers on Saturday look to do something they haven't done since the 1959 World Series: win a series against the Chicago White Sox. This is the sixth time the Dodgers and White Sox have faced each other in interleague play, and Chicago has won the previous five series. After their 7-6 win on Friday night, the Dodgers look for their second straight win.

Chad Billingsley takes the mound looking for his third straight win, having allowed two runs in 14 innings in his previous two starts, with 11 strikeouts during that span. Philip Humber gets the call for the White Sox, having lost two straight starts by allowing five runs in each of his last two outings.

Elian Herrera, who started in left field on Friday night, starts in center field tonight for the Dodgers. It is his fifth start in center field this season. Here are Saturday's starting lineups:

White Sox (34-30)

De Aza CF
Beckham 2B
Dunn LF
Konerko 1B
Rios RF
Pierzynski C
Ramirez SS
Hudson 3B
Humber P

Dodgers (41-24)

Gordon SS
Herrera CF
Ethier RF
Hairston 2B
Abreu LF
Ellis C
Loney 1B
Uribe 3B
Billingsley P

For more news and information on the Dodgers, be sure to read True Blue LA. For all your White Sox needs, be sure to head to South Side Sox or read SB Nation Chicago.

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