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FILE - In this Sept. 3, 2016, file photo, Houston Astros' Carlos Correa bats against the Texas Rangers during a baseball game in Arlington, Texas. General managers are expecting power from their shortstops, and batters like Carlos Correa, Addison Russell and Corey Seager are providing an unprecedented supply. Shortstops hit more homers than ever in 2016, signaling a potential end to the days of the speedy, slap-hitting middle infielder. (AP Photo/Mike Stone)

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FILE - In this Sept. 3, 2016, file photo, Houston Astros' Carlos Correa bats against the Texas Rangers during a baseball game in Arlington, Texas. General managers are expecting power from their shortstops, and batters like Carlos Correa, Addison Russell and Corey Seager are providing an unprecedented supply. Shortstops hit more homers than ever in 2016, signaling a potential end to the days of the speedy, slap-hitting middle infielder. (AP Photo/Mike Stone)

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