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O's send Arrieta to minors to solve 'mental side'

O's send Arrieta to minors to solve 'mental side'

CNNSI.com Updated Apr 22, 2013
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Jake Arrieta couldn't get his mind right on the mound and had difficulty throwing pitches over the plate, and now the Baltimore Orioles right-hander will attempt to rectify those shortcomings in the minor leagues.
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  • Dodgers' batting order likely to take many turns

    Dodgers' batting order likely to take many turns

    MLB.com Apr 22, 2013
    By swapping Matt Kemp and Adrian Gonzalez in the batting order on Sunday, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly apparently gave a strong clue as to how he will try to awaken his struggling offense.
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  • Justin Sellers Was Up To No Good In The Dodgers' Dugout Yesterd…

    Justin Sellers Was Up To No Good In The Dodgers' Dugout Yesterday

    deadspin.com Apr 22, 2013
    We haven't the foggiest what Justin Sellers is up to in this video, other than fondling an invisible boob and rolling an invisible doob. That's more than enough for us to give it the Deadspin Video treatment.Read more...
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    Apr 22
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    Apr 22
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    Apr 22
    The Seattle Seahawks have signed star safety Kam Chancellor to a multiyear contract extension.
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    Apr 22
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