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    DETROIT (AP) — Alex Johnson, who won the American League batting title with the then-California Angels in 1970, has died. He was 72.

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    A look at the highlights of what’s happening all around spring training in Florida and Arizona on Wednesday: — HE’S BACK Alex Rodriguez is set to be the designated hitter for two or three at-bats when the Yankees host the Phillies in Tampa, Florida. ”I have some challenges ahead.” IN THE SWING Arizona slugger Paul Goldschmidt faces another major league team for the first time since his left hand was broken by a pitch last August. UP FIRST New Dodgers shortstop Jimmy Rollins is going to lead off in the spring opener against the White Sox. ON YOUR MARK Indians leadoff man Michael Bourn makes his spring debut vs. the Reds after spending the winter honing his running skills.

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    The Indians sold out their April 10 home opener against Detroit in 11 minutes. The team said Tuesday that Progressive Field, which has been remodeled this winter, will again be packed to capacity for the 22nd straight year for the opener. Cleveland drew just 1.4 million fans last season – 29th in in the majors – and the club hopes the changes at the ballpark will help bring more fans downtown.

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    Ryan Boyer touches on the Red Sox’ center field situation, the recoveries of Miguel Cabrera, Joey Votto and more in Tuesday’s Spring Training Daily.

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    JUPITER, Fla. – Predictably, a gym full of baseball players preparing for the 2015 season is a far different scene than what you’d see at your local gym. There’s no one struggling on a treadmill. Instead of the bench press being the most prevalent exercise, the room is dominated by squats, deadlifts and lunges; all lower body exercises. There are a lot of people using foam rollers and doing shoulder strengthening routines. And while there is a lot of commonality in terms of exercise selection and philsophy, each player is training for his needs and role on the diamond. Just like an infielder doesn’t throw regular bullpen sessions and an outfielder doesn’t practice turning double plays up the middle, offseason workouts shouldn’t be uniform for every professional baseball player. You can’t simply ask how a baseball player works out. You need to specify, at the very least, the player’s position. And even then, it’s not as simple as saying every player at a certain position should train the same way. A perfect example are relief pitchers and starting pitchers. While starters, especially those established in the major leagues, have the benefit of a routine and significant downtime during the season, relievers typically go into games not knowing if they’ll be needed. “If [relief pitchers] expect their schedule to be neat and pretty, they’re never going to get the work in that they need,” Eric Cressey said. Cressey is the offseason strength and conditioning coach for numerous major and minor league players including Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber and Miami Marlins closer Steve Cishek. “I use the analogy of making deposits at a bank. You make a bunch of deposits in the offseason, and once the season gets going, every time you go out and throw you take out a little bit of a withdrawal. You don’t need to make a deposit every day, but you need to do just enough to make sure your account balance stays where it needs to be.”

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    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Colorado Rockies have selected John Axford’s contract, adding a veteran reliever with late-inning experience to their bullpen.

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    Minnie Minoso, the Cuban-born White Sox star who was Major League Baseball’s first black player in Chicago, has died, the team said Sunday. The White Sox didn’t release details of Minoso’s death, but said he passed away on Saturday night in Chicago. “Our organization and our city have suffered a heart-breaking loss today,” White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said. Minoso began his major league career with Cleveland in 1949 and became the first black player based in Chicago when the White Sox acquired him from the Indians in 1951.

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    Corey Kluber was suddenly on a roster of baseball immortality. ”Yeah, it kind of hit me then,” the Indians’ sublime right-hander said. ”I don’t think a lot of people down there watch Indians games.” Steady and stoic, almost robotic, Kluber became just the fourth pitcher in the past 28 years to win 18 games with a sub-2.50 ERA and at least 260 strikeouts. On Friday, the 28-year-old couldn’t play in the Indians’ annual charity golf outing with the Cincinnati Reds because he had to attend another photo shoot and autograph session, one of many during this whirlwind offseason.

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    As he works on his potent swing, Brandon Moss is also testing his patience this spring. Acquired in a December trade from Oakland to bring more power to Cleveland’s lineup, the All-Star from last season has been making solid progress as he recovers from hip surgery. Both he and the Indians’ training staff have been encouraged that he’s ahead of schedule. Moss has been at the Indians Player Development Complex rehabbing from the repair of a torn labrum in his right hip, an injury that caused pain every time he swung the bat in 2014.

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    It’s a question the Boston Red Sox have been asked to address since Jon Lester was traded last summer and then signed a $155 million, six-year contract with the Chicago Cubs rather than return to Fenway Park. ”There’s only so many times you can ask somebody, ‘How are you going to do this without an ace of the staff?”’ right-hander Clay Buchholz said. If all five of us stay healthy, we’re not going to be easy to get past.”’ General manager Ben Cherington acquired right-hander Rick Porcello from Detroit and left-hander Wade Miley from Arizona during the offseason. He also signed former Boston right-hander Justin Masterson, coming off an injury-filled season, to a one-year deal.

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