Dodgers unveil roster, Game 1 lineup
The Dodgers just released their roster for the National League divisional playoff with the Cubs, and the lineup for Game 1. Greg Maddux, coming off a strong outing Saturday in San Francisco, makes the active list. The roster doesn't have to be submitted until Wednesday, so it could change.
But for now:
Catchers: Martin, Ardoin.
Infielders: Loney, DeWitt, Blake, Furcal, Berroa, Ozuna, Garciaparra, Kent.
Outfielders: Pierre, Ramirez, Ethier, Kemp.
Pitchers: Lowe, Billingsley, Kuroda, Maddux, Kershaw, Beimel, Wade, Broxton, Saito, Park and Troncoso.
Noteworthy omissions: Proctor, Sweeney, Delwyn Young.
And here's the lineup: Furcal, SS; Martin, C; Ramirez, LF; Ethier, RF; Loney, 1B; Kemp, CF; DeWitt, 2B; Blake, 3B; Lowe, P
-- Dylan Hernandez
Photo: Greg Maddux shows his frustration after the San Francisco Giants Bengie Molina hit a 2-run home run in the fourth inning to make the score 7-0 at Dodger Stadium on Sept. 19. Credit: Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times