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Active Seager is glad to be back

LOS ANGELES - On Sunday, for the first time in almost two weeks, Corey Seager was an active baseball player. He took batting practice. He took ground balls. He took a seat before a group of reporters, happily.

"I haven't smiled in a while," Seager said. "It's nice to smile again."

The back strain that sidelined Seager for the

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