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Paul Sullivan: Baseball is back … except for the 100 or so remaining free agents. Is this the new normal?

MESA, Ariz. - Spring training was once a time for teams to forget the past and focus on what's ahead.

But this is the second straight season where unsigned free agents are bountiful, and many teams could completely change their outlook with one or two signings.

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