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Dodgers' Gonzalez aims to remain in top form

PHOENIX -- In nine years as an everyday player in the major leagues, the Los Angeles Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez has never been on the disabled list. His focus during spring training is on extending that streak. The four-time All-Star first baseman figures if he does he should post numbers on offense similar to those of last year, when he led the majors with 116 runs batted in. "I think when you get to a certain level, you understand it's more of a process than a fight to get to certain places statistically," he said. Gonzalez has played in an average of 159 games over the last nine seasons. He drove in 100 or more runs in seven of them. "For me, if you're healthy and you do the process ...

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