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The Best Butts in Baseball (Spring Training Edition)

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As Spring Training continues throughout the Valley and kicks off the regular season, there are plenty of kickass line-ups -- all up for the lookin'.


In celebration, we've created our own fantasy team of players we wouldn't mind seeing around town and on the field. We sifted through stats, filtered through the rosters, and scanned YouTube clips to pick out the best of the best -- with our own definition of "rounding the bases."

Our lineup:

The shot from this Chicago White Sox player's 2003 baseball card says it all.


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