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February 19, 2009



Spring training more prickly with new Cactus League clubs

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With Major League Baseball spring training under way, action is almost equally divided between Florida and Arizona. That's because the Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Dodgers have moved to new training complexes in the desert, which brings the number of Cactus League teams to 14, while 16 remain in Florida's Grapefruit League. The Dodgers have left Vero Beach, Fla., after 61 years; the Indians have returned to Arizona after a 16-year stint in Florida. The major league clubs that now spend the preseason in Arizona, with the city in which each trains:

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