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Report: L.A. Dodgers pursued Twins' Morneau before Red Sox deal

The Los Angeles Dodgers showed interest in Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau. The L.A. Times reports the Dodgers will acquire All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzales after a failed attempt to land Morneau last week.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers showed interest in Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau. The L.A. Times reports the Dodgers will acquire All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzales after a failed attempt to land Morneau last week.

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