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Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez wouldn't join his teammates at a Donald Trump-owned hotel in the spring

When the Dodgers visited Chicago to play the Cubs this spring, they stayed at the the Trump International Hotel and Tower. That is, all of the Dodgers except one stayed there. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez opted to stay elsewhere. “I didn’t stay there,” Adrian Gonzalez told the Southern California...
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