Cubs Vs. Reds: Chicago Lineup For Game Two of Double-Header With Cincinnati

The Chicago Cubs batting lineup for game two of their Saturday double-header against the Cincinnati Reds is set.

  1. Luis Valbuena (L) 3B
  2. Joe Mather (R) LF
  3. Anthony Rizzo (L) 1B
  4. Starlin Castro (R) SS
  5. Bryan LaHair (L) RF
  6. Steve Clevenger (L) C
  7. Brett Jackson (L) CF
  8. Adrian Cardenas (L) 2B
  9. Brooks Raley (L) P

The Cubs lost the opening game of the double-header 5-3 this afternoon. Alfonso Soriano, who reached 1,000 career RBIs with a home run in the first game, is sitting out tonight's game. Todd Redmond, a right-hander, is making his first career start for the Reds tonight.

Raley has started two games, losing both, and has a 9.00 ERA this season. He started against the Reds on Aug. 12, giving up three runs in six innings while striking out two batters. Redmond, 27, is making his Major League debut. He was acquired in a trade with the Atlanta Braves earlier this season.

For more on the Cubs, check out Bleed Cubbie Blue.

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