Giants vs. Pirates, Starting Lineup Preview: Madison Bumgarner Still Searching For First Win

The lineups are out for game two of a three-game set between the San Francisco Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates. The Giants took game one in extra innings on the back of a strong Matt Cain performance and the extreme speed of Darren Ford, who we'll likely see again in this game in place of Rowand later on. Andres Torres remains unable to play despite becoming eligible to come off the disabled list on Tuesday. The Pirates are shuffling their lineup, with Lyle Overbay, Garrett Jones and Ryan Doumit out in game two, despite being in the lineup (and performing well) for game one.

Madison Bumgarner is looking for his first win of the season for the Giants, as is James McDonald for the Pirates. McDonald is 0-2 with two no decisions, while Bumgarner is 0-3 with one no decision.

Your 2011 San Francisco Giants Lineup:

1. Aaron Rowand CF
2. Freddy Sanchez 2B
3. Aubrey Huff 1B
4. Buster Posey C
5. Pablo Sandoval 3B
6. Pat Burrell LF
7. Cody Ross RF
8. Miguel Tejada SS
9. Madison Bumgarner P

Pittsburgh Pirates Lineup

1. Andrew McCutchen CF
2. Jose Tabata RF
3. Matt Diaz RF
4. Neil Walker 2B
5. Steve Pearce 1B
6. Chris Snyder
7. Pedro Alvarez 3B
8. Brandon Wood SS
9. James McDonald P

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