Short turnaround for MLB opening day

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Short turnaround for MLB opening day

Players, managers eager to play ball
Kansas City Royals manager Mike Matheny said starters will get heavy reps in the weeks leading up to opening day.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Grant Dayton Dayton is among 11 players who received $286,500 in advances that are higher than their prorated pay. That means he won’t get paid during this season. Read the full story on www.durangoherald.com.

Short turnaround for MLB opening day

Kansas City Royals manager Mike Matheny said starters will get heavy reps in the weeks leading up to opening day.
Atlanta Braves pitcher Grant Dayton Dayton is among 11 players who received $286,500 in advances that are higher than their prorated pay. That means he won’t get paid during this season. Read the full story on www.durangoherald.com.
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