This will be the second time in six starts that Grandal will catch Kershaw. On Sunday, A.J. Ellis started against the Diamondbacks.
Grandal is 4-for-5 in his last two games, with a double and Sunday's home run.
Jimmy Rollins has faced Kyle Lohse far more than any other Dodger, with 50 career plate appearances against the right-hander. Rollins is just 9-for-46 (.196) against Lohse, but with four walks, a double and two home runs. One of the home runs came last season, at Miller Park.
Adrian Gonzalez is 10-for-26 (.385) with five doubles and two home runs against Lohse, an .808 slugging percentage. In his career at Miller Park, Gonzalez is hitting .406/.473/.792 with nine home runs, 10 doubles and 25 RBI in 24 games.
Carlos Gomez, who returned from the disabled list over the weekend after missing two weeks with a right hamstring strain, is 6-for-17 (.353) with two doubles, a home run and a walk against Kershaw.
Ryan Braun is 10-for-30 (.333) with a home run, a double and a walk against Kershaw, while Gerardo Parra is 9-for-26 (.346) with three doubles and two walks against him. The left-handed Parra sits though on Monday.
Old friend Elian Herrera starts at second base for Milwaukee.