Cardinals Vs. Mets Lineups: Cardinals Look To Break From Slump

The St. Louis Cardinals (27-27) have fallen to .500 after losing three games in a row to the New York Mets (31-23) by margins of five runs or greater. The Cards, struggling with a number of key injuries, will look to get back on track on Monday afternoon as they send out SP Kyle Lohse against SP Dillon Gee.

Rookie outfielder Adron Chambers gets his second straight start in center as the Cards rest CF Shane Robinson. Here's a look at the full linueps:

St. Louis Lineup

  1. SS Rafael Furcal
  2. RF Carlos Beltran
  3. LF Matt Holliday
  4. C Yadier Molina
  5. 1B Allen Craig
  6. 3B David Freese
  7. 2B Daniel Descalso
  8. CF Adron Chambers
  9. P Kyle Lohse

New York Mets

  1. LF Kirk Nieuwenhuis
  2. CF Andres Torres
  3. 3B David Wright
  4. RF Lucas Duda
  5. 2B Daniel Murphy
  6. 1B Ike Davis
  7. SS Omar Quintanilla
  8. C Mike Nickeas
  9. P Dillon Gee

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