|SP||Roy Oswalt||SP||Jason Marquis|
|(2008)||0-1, 5.06, 6 K, 1 BB||(2007)||12-9, 4.60|
|CF||*Michael Bourn||LF||Alfonso Soriano|
|RF||Hunter Pence||CF||Reed Johnson|
|1B||#Lance Berkman||1B||Derrek Lee|
|LF||Carlos Lee||3B||Aramis Ramirez|
|SS||Miguel Tejada||RF||*Kosuke Fukudome|
|3B||Ty Wigginton||2B||Mark DeRosa|
|2B||Mark Loretta||C||Geovany Soto|
|C||Brad Ausmus||SS||Ryan Theriot|
||Roy Oswalt||P||*Jason Marquis|
So here's where we are:
The Cubs need to win a game started by Roy Oswalt or be assured of having lost the season's first two series, at home, to division rivals Milwaukee and Houston.
The good news is, the Cubs have had at least a few productive offensive games against Oswalt (11-10, 3.97 lifetime v. Cubs), which is more than they can say about their encounters with Chris Sampson.