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Angels' Pujols goes hitless in spring debut

Angels' Pujols goes hitless in spring debut

ESPN.com Updated Mar 5, 2013
Albert Pujols hit a pair of groundouts and struck out in his first spring training appearance of the year for the Los Angeles Angels, a 6-4 win Tuesday over theCincinnati Reds.
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  • Kirk Gibson And Dusty Baker Are Already Feuding Like Schoolgirl…

    Kirk Gibson And Dusty Baker Are Already Feuding Like Schoolgirls

    deadspin.com Mar 5, 2013
    We're still more than three weeks from the start of the MLB regular season, but that completely nonexistent heated rivalry between the Diamondbacks and the Reds is already starting to simmer. Yesterday, before their Cactus League cage match, managers Ki…
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  • New faces in new places could be key for Reds

    New faces in new places could be key for Reds

    MLB.com Mar 5, 2013
    The Reds, despite winning the NL Central in 2012, will look different this season, with Todd Frazier taking over at third and Shin-Soo Choo moving into center field.
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  • Video - Albert Pujols Makes Spring Debut 01:17

    Albert Pujols Makes Spring Debut

    Mar 5
    Albert Pujols goes hitless in Angels' 6-4 win over Reds.

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  • Peter King: Kuechly goes back to school; Chiefs break from Pioli's way; ma…

    Mar 5
    We interrupt the never-ending hype for NFL free agency (when, by the way, is the last time a great free agent class led a team deep into that season's playoffs?) to talk about 15 weeks that no one ever talks about. But people should.
  • NBA Coast to Coast - Western Conference playoff matchups we're wishing for

    Mar 5
    J.A. Adande runs down his list of playoff matchups he wants to see in the Western Conference.
  • NBA Coast to Coast -- East playoff matchups we'd like to see

    Mar 5
    Israel Gutierrez runs down his list of playoff matchups he wants to see in the Eastern Conference.