Braves Vs. Cubs: Starting Lineups Announced

The Atlanta Braves begin their three game road series against the Chicago Cubs on Monday night and will look to continue their strong recent efforts.

The starting lineups for game one of the series have been announced, and here's a look at each side.

Atlanta:

1. Michael Bourn, center field, L

2. Martin Prado, left field, R

3. Freddie Freeman, first base, L

4. Brian McCann, catcher, L

5. Dan Uggla, second base, right

6. Chipper Jones, third base, S

7. Jason Heyward, right field, L

8. Tyler Pastornicky, shorstop, R

9. Tommy Hanson, pitcher, R

Chicago:

1. David DeJesus, right field, L

2. Tony Campana, center field, L

3. Starlin Castro, shortstop, R

4. Bryan LaHair, first base, L

5. Ian Stewart, third base, L

6. Reed Johnson, left field, R

7. Darwin Barney, second base, R

8. Geovany Soto, catcher, R

9. Jeff Samardzija, pitcher, R

Read more about the Braves at Talking Chop. For more on the Cubs, check out Bleed Cubbie Blue and SB Nation Chicago. For more news and notes around Major League Baseball, be sure to visit our MLB hub page, Baseball Nation.

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