The Washington Nationals host the New York Yankees on Sunday in the final game of a interleague set, hoping to avoid a sweep at the hands of the red-hot Bronx Bombers. Steve Lombardozzi will be back in left field and leading off for Washington, with Jhonatan Solano behind the plate and batting eight, catching righthander Edwin Jackson.
Here is the full Washington lineup, via the @NationalsPR twitter feed:
#Nationals lineup vs. NYY - Lombardozzi LF, Harper CF, Zimmerman 3B, LaRoche 1B, Morse RF, Desmond SS, Espinosa 2B, Solano C, Jackson RHP— Nationals PR (@NationalsPR) June 17, 2012
Nick Swisher will be out of the lineup for the Yankees on Sunday, receiving treatment on "the worst charley horse ever". The complete New York lineup, via Bryan Hoch of MLB.com:
Yankees lineup at Nationals: Jeter 6 Granderson 8 Rodriguez 5 Cano 4 Teixeira 3 Ibanez 7 Jones 9 Stewart 2 Nova 1— Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) June 17, 2012
First pitch is scheduled for 1:35 p.m. EST at Nationals Park.
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