The Dodgers are using their designated hitter as their designated hitter on Tuesday against the Rangers, with Alex Guerrero slated to start the second and final game of the brief interleague series in Arlington.
If the game gets played, that is.
It is currently raining in Arlington, with thunderstorms expected pregame, but the forecast actually doesn't look too bad per The Weather Channel. There is a 10-percent chance of rain at game time (7:05 p.m. CT), down to zero one hour later, then up to 20 percent two hours after the scheduled first pitch.
Guerrero is batting eighth, his first start in a week. He is the 50th different regular season starting designated hitter used by the Dodgers in interleague play.
He essentially replaces Alberto Callaspo for the only real change in the lineup from Monday, with Adrian Gonzalez back at first base from DH, with Justin Turner moving from first to third base.
Jimmy Rollins moves down one spot to ninth, his first career start batting ninth. Though it isn't much different for Rollins than batting eighth (eight starts) or seventh (five starts), both of which he has done this year for the first time since 2004.
The Rangers moved rookie Joey Gallo from left field to third base on Tuesday, with the right-handed Kyle Blanks starting in left field against southpaw Brett Anderson. Blanks is essentially in for the left-handed Rougned Odor, who started at second base on Monday.
On Tuesday night, Hanser Alberto starts at second base after starting at third base on Monday. The Rangers also shuffled the batting order a bit, alternating left-handed and right-handed batters for the first five hitters of the lineup.