Quick Look: NL Lineups by Jeff Zimmerman July 31, 2020 I went through the few National League lineups to see if there was a change in a player’s value different from preseason expectations. Here are my thoughts on each team. Braves They are using separate lineups against different handed pitchers. Matt Adams and Ender Inciarte are facing the righties and Adam Duvall and Johan Camargo are facing the lefties. Ronald Acuña Jr. has not got going yet with a (.143/.250/.179) slash line and 50% K% (25% SwStr% versus four-seamers). Brewers Two handedness lineups with Eric Sogard (4 of 4) and Ben Gamel (3 of 4) facing righties and Jedd Gyorko (2 of 2) in against lefties. There is not an obvious sub with lefties. Cardinals They used the same lineup in three of the five games with only three total swaps. As a team, they are hitting (.217/.281/.382). Cubs Nico Hoerner has started five of six games and is hitting (.389/.368/.444) Diamondbacks It’s a steady lineup with no surprises. Jake Lamb has started six of the seven games but is hitting .067/.176/.133. It might be time to give Kevin Cron more playing time. Ed note: C prospect Daulton Varsho was called up and has the capability to find some time outside of C as OF & 3B Dodgers There are two distinct handedness lineups. Joc Pederson is facing righties and AJ Pollock facing lefties. Chris Taylor (.182/.357/.182) has started in six of the seven games while Enrique Hernández (.276/.276/.379) has started all seven. Giants Wilmer Flores (.269/.310/.432) has started six of the seven games and hits in the top half of the lineup. While only starting in four games … It's the last day in July and the qualified leader in: DoublesRBIAVGSLG is …. Donovan Solano — Jeff Zimmerman (@jeffwzimmerman) July 31, 2020 Marlins Like it matters. Mets They definitely have two lineups but no one moves in and out. Yoenis Céspedes has started at DH in six of the seven games. Nationals Asdrúbal Cabrera (.222/.250/.481) as started in six of the seven games. Victor Robles (.304/.360/.478) should start climbing the lineup if he continues to hit. Padres In three of the last four games, Edward Olivares (.286/.375/.357) has started in the outfield. Jurickson Profar (.158/.360/.316) continues to get everyday at-bats. Phillies They’ve played only three games. Not much to see here. Pirates Phillip Evans (.385/.500/.538) has started in five of the seven games and hit second in the last one. Colin Moran (.300/.364/.800) is batting 4th. Reds Curt Casali filled in for Tucker Barnhart and hit (.214/.389/.643). Why is Nicholas Castellanos batting fifth? Phillip Ervin (vs LHP) and Jesse Winker (vs RHP) are in a platoon. Rockies It seems like Daniel Murphy (.214/.313/.286) and Sam Hilliard (.231/.333/.538) are on the strong side of a platoon with Matt Kemp (.250/.500/.250) and Garrett Hampson (.333/.375/.500). As a team, they hit (.226/.306/.327) before finally having some home games.