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Jean Segura in a much better place this spring

Phoenix While everyone with the Milwaukee Brewers is eager to break camp and head north, Jean Segura has some extra incentive.Nobody on the team had a tougher 2014 than the 25-year-old shortstop. He turned down a $38 million contract extension in the spring, struggled at the plate and, worst of all, dealt with the sudden death of his infant son in his native Dominican Republic.This spring, things have taken a turn for the better for Segura. Having employed a few slight tweaks in his batting stance, he entered Wednesdays game against the Chicago Cubs hitting .306, playing a solid shortstop...

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