LOS ANGELES -- Juan Uribe gets his first start of the series on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, but it won't be for the Dodgers. Now that the six-player trade is complete, Uribe is now with the Braves, and will play third base and bat fifth for Atlanta in the series finale.
Uribe had three starts and just 13 plate appearances in the Dodgers' last 16 games.
Uribe is 5-for-18 (.278) with a home run and a double against Zack Greinke, though they haven't faced one another since 2008.
Chris Heisey, just recalled to the Dodgers, makes a start in right field with left-hander Alex Wood on the mound. Alex Guerrero starts in left.
That means no Scott Van Slyke, who started 40 of 42 games against left-handed starting pitchers in 2014, and started in five of the Dodgers' first six games against southpaws this season.
The Dodgers have beaten the Braves eight straight times at Dodger Stadium, including the 2013 NLDS.