Game 153 lineups: Nats at Mets

NEW YORK - You want to see the kids? Well, tonight you get to see the kids.

After playing his regulars three straight nights in Atlanta, Dusty Baker is giving them the series opener against the Mets off, instead going with a lineup full of youth, energy ... and inexperience. We’ll see how that pays off against New York right-hander Robert Gsellman, who has been touched up for 13 runs and 20 hits in nine innings against the Nationals this season.

Edwin-Jackson-throwing-red-sidebar.jpgEdwin Jackson, meanwhile, gets the start against a Mets lineup that has changed dramatically over the course of the season. Between injuries and trades, there are a whole lot of new names (and guys in new positions) in Terry Collins’ starting nine.

WASHINGTON NATIONALS at NEW YORK METS
Where: Citi Field
Gametime: 7:10 p.m. EDT
TV: MASN, MLB.tv
Radio: 106.7 FM, 1500 AM, XM 184/869, MLB.com
Weather: Partly cloudy, 76 degrees, wind 14 mph in from left field

NATIONALS (92-60)
SS Wilmer Difo
LF Alejandro De Aza
2B Howie Kendrick
1B Adam Lind
CF Victor Robles
RF Rafael Bautista
3B Adrián Sanchez
C Pedro Severino
RHP Edwin Jackson

METS (65-87)
RF Nori Aoki
2B Jose Reyes
3B Asdrúbal Cabrera
LF Brandon Nimmo
C Travis d’Arnaud
1B Dominic Smith
SS Amed Rosario
CF Juan Lagares
RHP Robert Gsellman

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