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Grand Rapids Press Jan 22, 2015
Yoenis Cespedes dismisses reports of discontent in Boston, willing to bat anywhere for Detroit Tigers

Yoenis Cespedes dismisses reports of discontent in Boston, willing to bat anywhere for Detroit Tigers

Yoenis Cespedes met with members of the media Thursday and spoke glowingly about his opportunity to play in Detroit and contribute to an offense that he declared to be among the best. DETROIT -- Tigers manager Brad Ausmus wasn't quite ready Thursday to declare where he planned to plug outfielder Yoenis Cespedes in Detroit's batting lineup. Fortunately for Ausmus, he won't have to worry about bruising Cespedes' ego because, despite rumors that may suggest otherwise, the 29-year-old Cuban outfielder appears more than willing to do whatever it takes to help his team...

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