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Dodgers activate Adrian Gonzalez, who had three hits in six at-bats during rehab assignment

The Dodgers activated Adrian Gonzalez from the disabled list Thursday, hopeful that two weeks to rehabilitate a sore right elbow and lower back will restore the power stroke that made the veteran first baseman one of baseball’s most consistent run-producers for the past decade. “I think he’s close...
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