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Angels upgrade infield again with signing of Cozart

ANAHEIM, Calif._The Angels have settled the prominent pieces of their 2018 roster in striking fashion. On Friday they signed longtime shortstop Zack Cozart to a three-year contract worth $38 million. They plan to play him at third base, where his defensive acumen should supply the club with one of baseball's best infields.

The strong-armed Ian Kinsler, acquired

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