Cardinals Vs. Pirates: Starting Lineups For Tuesday

St. Louis kicked off its series against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday with a 4-3 win behind Kyle Lohse, and will send out Jake Westbrook to take on James McDonald. Neither team has done much to swap their lineups around from Game 1, with David Freese joining the Cards' lineup for the day and the Pirates inserting Clint Barmes and Mike McKenry.

Here are the starting lineups for the Cardinals and Pirates for game two of their series on Tuesday:

Cardinals
1. Jon Jay - CF
2. Skip Schumaker - 2B
3. Matt Holliday - LF
4. Allen Craig - 1B
5. Carlos Beltran - RF
6. Yadier Molina - C
7. David Freese - 3B
8. Rafael Furcal - SS
9. Jake Westbrook - SP

Pirates
1. Jose Tabata - LF
2. Travis Snider - RF
3. Andrew McCutchen - CF
4. Garrett Jones - 1B
5. Pedro Alvarez - 3B
6. Mike McKenry - C
7. Josh Harrison - SS
8. Clint Barmes - 2B
9. James McDonald - SP

Be sure to head over to Viva El Birdos for more Cardinals coverage, and check out Bucs Dugout for more on the Pirates. Also visit Baseball Nation for even more news and analysis from around the league.

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