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Raul Ibanez's job with Angels could be in jeopardy
Raul Ibanez's job with Angels could be in jeopardy

Tuesday is homecoming day for Mike Trout, his first chance to play at the major league ballpark 40 miles from home. When the Angels' charter flight landed in Philadelphia early Tuesday morning, Trout was scheduled to go to his parents' house in Millville, N.J. Tuesday also should mark a happy homecoming for Raul Ibanez, who has played in one World Series and one All-Star game in his 19-year career, in each case representing the Philadelphia Phillies. When the Angels play the Phillies on Tuesday, Trout figures to bat second and play center field. Ibanez, however, might not bat at all. He is the oldest active player in the major leagues, at 41. He has the lowest batting average...

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