NLDS Game 2: Nationals vs. Cardinals: Same lineups for both teams Monday

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Davey Johnson and Mike Matheny have not made any changes to their respective lineups for Game 2 of the NLDS

Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson and his St. Louis Cardinals counterpart Mike Matheny have kept faith with the same lineups that started Sunday's Game 1.

Washington Nationals

1. Jayson Werth, RF
2. Bryce Harper, CF
3. Ryan Zimmerman, 3B
4. Adam LaRoche, 1B
5. Michael Morse, LF
6. Ian Desmond, SS
7. Danny Espinosa, 2B
8. Kurt Suzuki, C
9. Jordan Zimmermann, P

St. Louis Cardinals

1. Jon Jay, CF
2. Carlos Beltran, RF
3. Matt Holliday, LF
4. Allen Craig, 1B
5. Yadier Molina, C
6. David Freese, 3B
7. Daniel Descalso, 2B
8. Peter Kozma, SS
9. Jaime Garcia, P

Two members of the Nationals lineup have had a history of success against Garcia. According to Baseball-Reference, Jayson Werth has a 1.095 OPS against the St. Louis right-hander in 14 plate appearances dating back to 2008. In 11 plate appearances against Garcia, Michael Morse has a 1.212 OPS.

On the other side of the coin, Jordan Zimmermann has had the most trouble against Matt Holliday (1.295 OPS against Zimmermann in 11 plate appearances) and Yadier Molina (1.045 OPS against Zimmermann in 13 plate appearances)

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