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Today's lineups

The Nationals are playing the Marlins again today, this time at their place in Jupiter (town, not planet). Bill Parcells is down standing behind the batting cage as the Marlins take batting practice. He's next to Carlos Tosca, who was the first manager of the Portland Sea Dogs. That means something where I come from.

Not exactly a Murderer's Row for the Nationals today -- Ryan Zimmerman and Adam Dunn stayed home. But this will be a match-up of two opening day starters and a rematch of last year's opening day, John Lannan vs. Josh Johnson.

Nationals
1. Willie Harris, RF
2. Adam Kennedy, 2B
3. Ian Desmond, SS
4. Chris Duncan, 1B
5. Ivan Rodriguez, C
6. Eric Bruntlett, 3B
7. Justin Maxwell, CF
8. Roger Bernadina, LF
9. John Lannan, SP

Marlins
1. Brian Barden, LF
2. Cameron Maybin, CF
3. Hanley Ramirez, SS
4. Jorge Cantu, 3B
5. Dan Uggla, 2B
6. Ronny Paulino, C
7. Cody Ross, RF
8. Logan Morrison, 1B
9. Josh Johnson, SP

By Adam Kilgore  |  March 21, 2010; 10:35 AM ET
 
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Comments

Ugh - Swiss cheese after the #3 spot today. Lannan should sue for non-support.

Posted by: BinM | March 21, 2010 11:16 AM | Report abuse

The three might have to start covering Harrisburg ... that's were the Nat's present and future is ... and not just Strasburg.

Posted by: periculum | March 21, 2010 11:38 AM | Report abuse

@peric: The farm team coverage is in good hands (NFA & NatsProspects) for those who are interested. I know it's in jest, but I prefer the daily coverage to focus on the Big club, even when they all seem to focus on the same story (i.e. Guzman).

Posted by: BinM | March 21, 2010 12:33 PM | Report abuse

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