How baseball players dropped weight in offseason
Go way back to baseball's steroids era, and the news every spring was about how certain players got bigger over the offseason. These days, the news is about how they're getting smaller. The question now is, will less be more? Before last season, Cubs catcher Geovany Soto dropped 40 pounds and boosted his batting average 62 points. Can a Panda do the same thing in 2011? Some of this offseason's biggest losers:
Pablo Sandoval, Giants -- Kung Fu Panda morphed into Giant Panda ...
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