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    Tom Sadler of the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority explains why Arizona is an attractive home for spring training and why cities like Surprise need to keep spending to keep major-league teams training in his state. Elaine Wilson/Cronkite News at Arizona State University

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Tom Sadler of the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority explains why Arizona is an attractive home for spring training and why cities like Surprise need to keep spending to keep major-league teams training in his state. Elaine Wilson/Cronkite News at Arizona State University Elaine Wilson Cronkite News at Arizona State University
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It’s not just teams: Florida, Arizona also compete during spring training

March 10, 2016 12:19 PM