By Jon Weisman
Today, the Dodgers’ National League Division Series roster officially became what they unofficially indicated it would be Tuesday. Here’s how it looks from a lefty-righty standpoint:
Right-handed position players (6): Austin Barnes, Carlos Ruiz, Justin Turner, Charlie Culberson, Howie Kendrick, Yasiel Puig
Left-handed position players (7): Adrían González, Chase Utley, Corey Seager, Joc Pederson, Josh Reddick, Andrew Toles, Andre Ethier
Switch-hitters (1): Yasmani Grandal
Right-handed pitchers (6): Kenta Maeda, Ross Stripling, Kenley Jansen, Joe Blanton, Pedro Báez, Josh Fields
Left-handed pitchers (5): Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill, Julio Urías, Grant Dayton, Luis Avilan
The Nationals also announced their official NLDS roster, which includes three ex-Dodgers: Chris Heisey, Clint Robinson and Jayson Werth. Washington also announced this morning that right-hander Tanner Roark will start NLDS Game 2, with lefty Gio Gonzalez taking the mound for Game 3 in Los Angeles on Monday.