Pirates Vs. Dodgers: Garrett Jones Looks To Continue To Hit Well Vs. Chad Billingsley

The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced their starting lineup for Tuesday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at 7:05 p.m. at PNC Park. The Pirates (64-51) have dropped all four games this season against the Dodgers (63-53), including the opener of this series, 5-4, on Monday.

Here's the Pirates lineup for Tuesday:

Starling Marte LF
Travis Snider RF
Andrew McCutchen CF
Garrett Jones 1B
Neil Walker 2B
Pedro Alvarez 3B
Rod Barajas C
Clint Barmes SS
Kevin Correia P

Correia (9-6, 4.49 ERA) has won seven straight decisions for the Pirates. The Dodgers will start Chad Billingsley (8-9, 3.84 ERA). Billingsley has picked up a win in his last four starts in a row. Two Pirates hitters have very different histories against Billingsley. Garrett Jones, who was 4-for-4 at the plate on Monday, is 4-for-9 all-time against Billingsley while Neil Walker is just 1-for-9 against the big right-hander.

For the latest on the Bucs, be sure to stay tuned to SB Nation Pittsburgh and check out Bucs Dugout, SB Nation's Pittsburgh Pirates blog.

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