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Dodgers' Seager will play in opener

PHOENIX - Dave Roberts made the declaration with conviction, not an ounce of doubt in his voice, Sunday morning: Corey Seager, the Los Angeles Dodgers' All-Star shortstop who hasn't played since undergoing elbow ligament-replacement surgery in May, will play on opening day.

"Absolutely," Roberts said.

"I think just talking with the training staff and talking with Corey himself and just where he's

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