The Atlanta Braves picked up a much needed blowout victory on Tuesday night against the Miami Marlins, winning by a score of 11-0 behind a stellar performance from Tim Hudson. The club will now face another talented pitcher in the way of Josh Johnson, who has been pretty good this season after missing most of 2011 with arm and shoulder injuries.
Johnson is not yet to level he was at before the injury, but he's still going to give Atlanta a lot of problems if he's able to locate his pitches.
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez is running the same lineup out for game two that he employed in the first game of this series. Here it is:
First pitch from Miami is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. ET.
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