You couldn’t ask for better weather here at Camden Yards, where the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles will play the rubber match of their three-game interleague series at 1:30.

Both teams recently announced their starting lineups, and there are are a few changes to note on the Nationals side.

Catcher Wilson Ramos will serve as the team’s designated hitter, while Ivan Rodriguez will get the start behind the plate. First baseman Adam LaRoche has the day off, and Michael Morse will start in his place. Alex Cora will play third base instead of Jerry Hairston, Jr.

On the mound to start for the Nationals is Jordan Zimmermann. Chris Tillman will get the start for the Orioles. Only Rodriguez has any sort of history against Tillman (1-for-3, 1 RBI). The rest of the Nationals starting lineup will face Tillman for the first time.

After the jump, you can check out the full starting lineups for both teams.

Washington Nationals

1. Roger Bernadina, CF

2. Ian Desmond, SS

3. Laynce Nix, LF

4. Jayson Werth, RF

5. Wilson Ramos, DH

6. Michael Morse, 1B

7. Danny Espinoza, 2B

8. Ivan Rodriguez, C

9. Alex Cora, 3B

P Jordan Zimmermann (2-4; 4.13 ERA)

Baltimore Orioles

1. Felix Pie, LF

2. Adam Jones, CF

3. Nick Markakis, RF

4. Vladi­mir Guerrero, DH

5. Matt Wieters, C

6. Luke Scott, 1B

7. Mark Reynolds, 3B

8. J.J. Hardy, SS

9. Robert Andino, 2B

P Chris Tillman (2-3; 5.35 ERA)