Nationals Vs. Giants: Projected Starting Lineups For Wednesday

The Washington Nationals will play the final game of a three-game set against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park on Wednesday afternoon.

After defeating the Giants in the first game by a dominating score of 14-2, the Nationals dropped the second game by a margin of 6-1. Only a few games removed from an eight-game winning streak, Washington will look to win it's fourth-straight series with a win on Wednesday.

Here are the projected starting lineups via the clubs' official twitter pages:

Nationals

1. Steve Lombardozzi, Second Base
2. Bryce Harper, Center Field
3. Ryan Zimmerman, Third Base
4. Adam LaRoche, First Baser
5. Michael Morse, Left Field
6. Jayson Werth, Right Field
7. Danny Espinosa, Short Stop
8. Kurt Suzuki, Catcher
9. Stephen Strasburg, Starting Pitcher

Giants

1. Angel Pagan, Center Field
2. Ryan Theriot, Second Base
3. Melky Cabrera, Left Field
4. Buster Posey, Catcher
5. Pablo Sandoval, Third Base
6. Hunter Pence, Right Field
7. Brandon Belt, First Base
8. Brandon Crawford, Short Stop
9. Tim Lincecum, Starting Pitcher

For more on the Nats, head over to Federal Baseball and stay tuned to SB Nation DC. For more on the Giants, check out McCovey Chronicles and SB Nation Bay Area.

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