Indians Vs. Twins: Projected Starting Lineups For Monday Night

The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins will play the first game of a three-game set at Progressive Field on Monday night.

The Indians are currently in the midst of a brutal nine-game losing streak, which has spanned across three separate series and began with the Twins on July 27.

Here is the projected starting lineup, which Cleveland hopes can end the slide:

Indians

1. Jason Kipnis, Second Base
2. Asdrubal Cabrera, Short Stop
3. Shin-Soo Choo, Right Field
4. Carlos Santana, First Base
5. Michael Brantley, Center Field
6. Shelley Duncan, Designated Hitter
7. Jose Lopez, Third Base
8. Lou Marson, Catcher
9. Ezequiel Carrera, Left Field

Starting Pitcher: Zach McAllister

Twins

1. Denard Span, Center Field
2. Ben Revere, Right Field
3. Joe Mauer, Designated Hitter
4. Josh Willingham, Left Field
5. Justin Morneau, First Base
6. Ryan Doumit, Catcher
7. Tsuyoshi Nishioka, Second Base
8. Brian Dozier, Short Stop
9. Jamey Carroll, Third Base

Starting Pitcher: Scott Diamond

For more on the Cleveland Indians, head over to Let's Go Tribe, and check out Twinkie Town for more on their opposition. You can also check out Baseball Nation for more news and analysis on MLB as well as SB Nation's Youtube Channel:

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