Freddie Freeman exits WBC contest with hamstring strain
by Brenton Kemp | Dodgers Correspondent | Tue, Mar 14th 5:17pm EDT
Team Canada and Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman left Canada's game versus Colombia Tuesday with a slight hamstring strain. (Fox Sports on Twitter)
Freeman appeared to suffer the injury while hitting an infield pop-up and was removed from the game. The 33-year-old was raking with a .353 average, three homers, and a 1.421 OPS in Dodgers spring training before joining Canada for the WBC. The 2020 NL MVP raked once again in 2022, hitting .325 with 21 home runs, 13 stolen bases, and a .918 OPS across 159 games in his first season with the Dodgers a season ago.
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