Monday's travel roster and lineup, plus pitching schedules

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VIERA, Fla. — The Washington Nationals will travel back to Port St. Lucie Monday night for their third game of the spring.

With the World Baseball Classic this spring, Major League Baseball has waived the rule that say that a team must bring a certain number of “major league” players to road games in spring training. That helps explain Monday night’s lineup in which Tyler Moore, Steve Lombardozzi and Gio Gonzalez represent the only players who spent the majority of the 2012 season in the majors. 

There are plenty of top prospects making the trip, however, so it will still be interesting to see how they fare against the New York Mets. 

At any rate, here is the lineup for Monday’s game, as well as the full travel roster:

Nationals’ lineup:

Eury Perez CF
Steve Lombardozzi 2B
Corey Brown RF
Tyler Moore DH
Chris Marrero 1B
Carlos Rivero LF
Matt Skole 3B
Chris Snyder C
Zach Walters SS
Gio Gonzalez P

Nationals’ travel roster for Monday

Sandy Leon
Carlos Maldonado
Chris Snyder
Jhonatan Solano
Steve Lombardozzi
Chris Marrero
Micah Owings
Anthony Rendon
Will Rhymes
Carlos Rivero
Matt Skole
Zach Walters
Corey Brown
Tyler Moore
Eury Perez

Gio Gonzalez
Erik Davis
Nathan Karns
Ryan Mattheus
Brandon Mann
Pat McCoy
Ross Ohlendorf
Tanner Roark

The Nationals who are not making the trip will workout at the complex in Viera in the morning. Stephen Strasburg and Craig Stammen are scheduled to throw bullpens on Monday.

Tuesday, Ross Detwiler will start in Orlando against the Atlanta Braves. Also joining that trip will be Ryan Perry, Fernando Abad, Jeremy Accardo, Bill Bray, Will Ohman and Cole Kimball. Tyler Clippard and Zach Duke are scheduled to throw bullpens back in Viera on Tuesday as well. 

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Amanda Comak

Amanda Comak

Amanda Comak covers the Washington Nationals and comes to The Washington Times from the Cape Cod Times and after stints with MLB.com and the Amsterdam (N.Y.) Recorder. A Massachusetts native and 2008 graduate of Boston University, Amanda can be reached at acomak@washingtontimes.com and you can follow her on Twitter @acomak.

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