Originally written on isportsweb.com  |  Last updated 10/3/13
Turner Field will be the site of games 1 and 2 of the NLDS, and game 5 if necessary (photo credit: laserturf.com) With first pitch of game 1 in their National League Division Series scheduled for 5:30 p.m. PDT on Thursday, managers Don Mattingly and Freddie Gonzalez have set their NLDS rosters. The Los Angeles Dodgers roster is made up of 11 pitchers, seven infielders, six outfielders, and two catchers. The most noticeable omission from the Dodgers roster is Matt Kemp, who is sidelined for the remainder of the postseason due to an ankle injury. Also absent from the Dodgers roster are Jerry Hairston Jr., Brandon League, Carlos Marmol, and Edinson Volquez. On the Atlanta Braves roster is 11 pitchers, five infielders, three catchers, and six outfielders.  14 of the Braves’ 25 players have postseason experience. Of note for the Braves, Gonzalez made the decision to leave second baseman Dan Uggla off the division series roster. Veteran left-handed reliever Scott Downs, whom the Braves acquired from the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim, was also surprisingly absent from the NLDS roster. The winner of the NLDS will have the option to modify their roster prior to starting National League Championship Series. Follow isportsweb on twitter Los Angeles Dodgers NLDS roster Pitchers Ronald Belisario (right hander) Chris Capuano (left hander) Zack Greinke (right hander) J.P. Howell (left hander) Kenley Jansen (right hander) Clayton Kershaw (left hander) Ricky Nolasco (right hander) Paco Rodriguez (left hander) Hyun-Jin Ryu (left hander) Brian Wilson (right hander) Chris Winthrow (right hander) Infielders Mark Ellis Adrian Gonzalez Dee Gordon Nick Punto Hanley Ramirez Juan Uribe Michael Young Outfielders Carl Crawford Andre Ethier Yasiel Puig Skip Schumaker Scott Van Slyke Catchers A.J. Ellis Tim Federowicz Atlanta Braves NLDS roster Pitchers Luis Avilan (left hander) Luis Ayala (right hander) David Carpenter (right hander) Freddy Garcia (right hander) David Hale (right hander) Craig Kimbrel (right hander) Kris Medlen (right hander) Mike Minor (left hander) Julio Teheran (right hander) Jordan Walden (right hander) Alex Wood (left hander) Infielders Freddie Freeman Paul Janish Chris Johnson Elliot Johnson Andrelton Simmons Outfielders Jose Constanza Jason Heyward Reed Johnson Jordan Schafer B.J. Upton Justin Upton Catchers Evan Gattis Gerald Laird Brian McCann  NLDS schedule and probables Game 1: Thursday, October 3, Turner Field: Clayton Kershaw ( 16-9, 1.83) vs. Kris Medlen (15-12, 3.11), 5:30 p.m. PDT. Game 2: Friday, October 4, Turner Field: Zack Greinke (15-4, 2.63) vs. Mike Minor (13-9, 3.21), 3:00 p.m. PDT. Game 3: Sunday, October 6, Dodger Stadium: Hyun-jin Ryu (14-8, 3.00) vs. Julio Teheran (13-8, 3.09), time TBD. *Game 4: Monday, October 7, Dodger Stadium: Ricky Nolasco (13-11, 3.70) vs. Freddy Garcia(4-7, 4.37), time TBD. *Game 5: Wednesday, October 9,  Turner Field: TBD. *If necessary Related articles Dodgers win NL West Matt Kemp shines Dodgers’ struggles continue
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