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Corey Seager, Justin Turner back in infield for middle game vs. Rockies

Adrian Gonzalez was a late scratch.

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When the Dodgers peel themselves away from the television watching the San Francisco-Oakland bullpen battle in the wake of Hudson-Zito in Oakland, they will have a different lineup on Saturday night against the Rockies.

Manager Don Mattingly on Friday promised a different lineup every day in Denver, and the changes on Saturday come in his infield.

Corey Seager starts at shortstop and bats second, after sitting out two games with heavy legs after playing nearly every day for almost two months.

Justin Turner is back at third base after sitting Friday, easing back into the lineup after a bone bruise and inflammation in his left knee.

Those moves move Chase Utley back to second base, and he will hit third for the Dodgers in the second game of the series.

Another move was unplanned, with Adrian Gonzalez a late scratch at first base after dealing with back issues this week. Yasmani Grandal moves from behind the plate to play first base, with A.J. Ellis now behind the plate.

Carl Crawford moves up to the leadoff spot with Gonzalez out, with Utley moving from first to third in the batting order.