Pirates Vs. Cubs Lineups: Casey Coleman Set For 1st Start Of 2012

The Cubs' roster not surprisingly looks a bit different following the non-waiver trade deadline; pitchers Paul Maholm and Ryan Dempster were traded, as were position players Reed Johnson and Geovany Soto.

Casey Coleman will make his first start of the season on Tuesday night, and Steve Clevenger -- who is starting at catcher -- figures to get a lot more time at that position over the last two months of the season. The full lineups for Tuesday's game are listed below.

Chicago:

1. David DeJesus (L) CF
2. Starlin Castro (R) SS
3. Anthony Rizzo (L) 1B
4. Alfonso Soriano (R) LF
5. Bryan LaHair (L) RF
6. Steve Clevenger (L) C
7. Darwin Barney (R) 2B
8. Luis Valbuena (L) 3B
9. Casey Coleman (L) P

Related: Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates Preview, Tuesday 7/31, 7:05 CT

Pittsburgh:

1. Starling Marte (R) LF
2. Travis Snider (L) RF
3. Andrew McCutchen (R) CF
4. Garrett Jones (L) 1B
5. Neil Walker (S) 2B
6. Pedro Alvarez (L) 3B
7. Rod Barajas (R) C
8. Clint Barmes (R) SS
9. A.J. Burnett (R) P

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more comprehensive coverage of this series, head over to Cubs blog Bleed Cubbie Blue and PIttsburgh Pirates blog Bucs Dugout. And for more news and notes from around baseball, visit Baseball Nation.

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