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Yes, sort of. I don't know of any who both bat and throw left, but there are a few who bat left and throw right. Current examples of left-hand hitting third basemen include Hank Blalock http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCI/is_7_63/ai_n6108322 and Russ Branyan http://www.Baseball-reference.com/b/branyru01.shtml Don Mattingly played one game in 1986, Mike Squires played one game in 1983

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