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NLDS Game 1: Dodgers starting lineup

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LOS ANGELES -- There don't figure to be many surprises for the Dodgers in their starting lineups this postseason, and their Game 1 lineup in the NLDS against the Cardinals is pretty much the same standard lineup used against right-handed pitchers over the last six weeks or so of the regular season.

The Dodgers scored 718 runs in 2014, second-most in the National League and most by a non-Coors team. Here is Friday's lineup against St. Louis ace Adam Wainwright:

Dee Gordon, SS

1-for 3, walk in his career vs. Wainwright; 13-for-30 (.433), four doubles, 1-for-2 steals vs. Cardinals this year

Yasiel Puig, CF

3-for-10, double, triple vs. Wainwright; 5-for-18 (.278), double, five walks (.458 OBP) vs. St. Louis

Adrian Gonzalez, 1B

5-for-23 (.217), two doubles vs. Wainwright; 7-for-28 (.250), all singles, walk vs. Cardinals

Matt Kemp, CF

3-for-27 (.111), double, two walks vs. Wainwright; 7-for-23 (.304), double, two walks (.360 OBP) vs. Cardinals

Hanley Ramirez, SS

6-for-27 (.222), three walks (.300 OBP) vs. Wainwright; 3-for-10, double, three walks, two HBP (.533 OBP) vs. St. Louis

Carl Crawford, LF

2-for-10 vs. Wainwright; 0-for-4, sacrifice fly vs. Cardinals.

Juan Uribe, 3B

4-for-17 (.235), five strikeouts vs. Wainwright; 6-for-22 (.273), double vs. Cardinals

A.J. Ellis, C

1-for-8 (.125), triple vs. Wainwright; 6-for-21 (.286), three doubles vs. Cardinals

Clayton Kershaw, P

0-for-7, strikeout, sacrifice bunt vs. Wainwright; 1-for-4, two walks, stolen base vs. Cardinals