Scandals, Economy Distract From Spring Training In baseball they don't have points, they have runs. They don't have locker rooms, they have clubhouses. And they don't do training camps — they call it spring training. Much nicer. As the players warm up for the season, there's plenty of news to keep their minds off the game.
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Scandals, Economy Distract From Spring Training

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Scandals, Economy Distract From Spring Training

Scandals, Economy Distract From Spring Training

Scandals, Economy Distract From Spring Training

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In baseball they don't have points, they have runs. They don't have locker rooms, they have clubhouses. And they don't do training camps — they call it spring training. Much nicer.

Guest host Scott Simon talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about how the faltering economy and revelations about performance-enhancing drugs are playing at spring training.