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Freese may start for Dodgers in Game 3, even with right-hander Porcello on mound for Red Sox

LOS ANGELES - Through the first five months of the season, the Los Angeles Dodgers were a middling offense against left-handed pitchers. As a group, they ranked 19th in baseball with a .711 on-base-plus-slugging percentage. That mediocrity prompted the team to acquire David Freese, a veteran corner infielder.

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