Braves make major lineup change ahead of World Series Game 1

Braves make major lineup change ahead of World Series Game 1

DH Jorge Soler.
1B Freddie Freeman.
2B Ozzie Albies.
3B Austin Riley.
LF Eddie Rosario.
CF Adam Duvall.
C Travis dArnaud.
RF Joc Pederson.
SS Dansby Swanson.

Eddie Rosario, Atlanta Braves. (Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports).
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Here is the starting lineup the Atlanta Braves are rolling with for Game 1 of the World Series.
After making it to the World Series for the very first time considering that 1999, Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker is going with a different lineup for Game 1 vs. the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.
With the Astros having home-field benefit in this best-of-seven World Series, Games 1 and 2 will be in Houston. That implies the designated hitter will be used by a National League group like the Braves whenever they are away from home. Though Max Fried can rake at the plate, having the DH available on the roadway is a huge increase to the Braves currently remarkable lineup.
Here is who is getting the start for the Braves on Tuesday night in Houston.

That suggests the designated player will be employed by a National League team like the Braves whenever they are away from house. Max Fried can rake at the plate, having the DH offered on the road is a huge increase to the Braves already excellent lineup.
Leading off for Atlanta on Tuesday night will be outfielder Jorge Soler in inhabiting the DH function. It will be the same No. 2 to No. 4 for Atlanta with Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies and Austin Riley hitting in their respective areas. He has actually not been as dominant in October as some in Braves Country would have liked, he is a big-game pitcher and that is why general manager Alex Anthopoulos signed him in free company this past offseason.

Leading off for Atlanta on Tuesday night will be outfielder Jorge Soler in inhabiting the DH function. It will be the same No. 2 to No. 4 for Atlanta with Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies and Austin Riley striking in their respective spots.

On the mound for Atlanta will be previous Astros starter Charlie Morton. Though he has not been as dominant in October as some in Braves Country would have liked, he is a big-game pitcher which is why basic manager Alex Anthopoulos signed him in totally free agency this past offseason. Moving Rosario back to 5th is a little bit questionable, his hot bat is in the middle of the order.
If the Braves desire to be champs, Atlanta must steal at least one game at Minute Maid Park.

Atlanta Braves World Series Game 1 lineup.