Published: Sat, October 27, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Outspoken Conservative Curt Schilling Snubbed By Red Sox at World Series Ceremony

Outspoken Conservative Curt Schilling Snubbed By Red Sox at World Series Ceremony

But Cora said Thursday that whatever lineup he uses, it will not feature star right fielder Mookie Betts at second base.

The Boston Red Sox have a 2-0 World Series lead.

Joc Pederson will return to the top of the Dodgers' batting order in Game 3 as manager Dave Roberts restores some left-handed pop to what had been a one-sided lineup.

Buehler, who has never faced the Red Sox, gave up a combined nine runs in his first two playoff outings, both Dodgers defeats. Two of his four appearances in this postseason were starts, as he gave up one run in five innings to the Yankees in the ALDS and four runs over four innings to the Astros in the ALCS.

Los Angeles will turn to freshman Walker Buehler, whose last start came on October 20 in Game 7 of the NLCS at Miller Park, where he allowed just one run in 4 ²/₃ innings to help the Dodgers claim their second NL pennant in two seasons.

This will be Hill's third career Series start.

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Outspoken conservative Curt Schilling's right-wing opinions may have cost the right-hander an invite to a World Series ceremony commemorating a championship team he was a huge part of. Which means Martinez has to play in the outfield. He opened two games past year against the Astros, allowing two earned runs in 8 2/3 innings without getting a decision.

Cora said Martinez got treatment for his sore ankle during Thursday's travel day.

Still, he's not ruling out J.D. for Game 3 entirely.

In other words, they'll be hoping Martinez can go on Friday.

Cora flatly said Betts would not start at second base. He finished second in Cy Young voting in 2004, going 21-6 in his first season with the Red Sox.

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