Astros lineup: Dusty Baker puts Yordan Ventura in tough, but necessary spot for Game 3

Astros lineup: Dusty Baker puts Yordan Ventura in tough, but necessary spot for Game 3

Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve and designated player Yordan Alvarez. (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports).
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The Houston Astros need to lineup without a DH in Game 3 of the World Series against the Braves. What did Dusty Baker do with Yordan Alvarez?
The Astros are riding high after an emphatic win in Game 2 of the World Series.
Now manager Dusty Baker needs to handle a brand-new tactical element that might change the skin tone of the series. What to do with the DH?
Now that the series has relocated to the Braves NL ballpark, Baker cant deploy Yordan Alvarez in the DH function.
Astros lineup: Yordan Alvarez begins in outfield for Game 3.

Jose Siri started Game 2 in center field in location of Chas McCormick because of left pitcher Max Fried. Both will provide way in Atlanta to accommodate Alvarez in the outfield. Alvarez will start Game 3 in left field with Kyle Tucker in center and Michael Brantley shifting from left to.

Jose Siri started Game 2 in center field in place of Chas McCormick because of left pitcher Max Fried. Both will offer method in Atlanta to accommodate Alvarez in the outfield. Alvarez will begin Game 3 in left field with Kyle Tucker in center and Michael Brantley moving from left to.
The Astros are hoping to take a lead in the series after night things up on Wednesday night. Theyll have to get through Braves starter Ian Anderson with Luis Garcia taking the mound for Houston.
Anderson is 1-0 this postseason with an ERA of 3.58. Garcia was pulled after 2.2 innings in the ALDS against the White Sox, though Houston went on to win that game. He pitched 6.2 innings in a win over the Red Sox in the ALCS. This will be his very first World Series appearance.