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ATLANTA—The Braves already have Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and they hope they found another version of him Down Under. Matt Kennelly, who recently helped guide Western Australia to the under-18 Australian championship in Geelong, showed considerable natural ability in his first stint behind the plate during instructional league and drew favorable comparisons to the Braves' top prospect.

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ORLANDO—Of all the players who tested positive for banned substances and were suspended last season, no one was more forthcoming than James Jurries. The first baseman did not plead ignorance, question the test's validity or point fingers in other directions. Instead, Jurries showed his character by admitting his mistake and accepting his punishment. That reaction did not go unnoticed by the Braves front office.

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ORLANDO—Chances are the low Class A Rome outfield, not to mention the entire roster, will be formidable in 2006. Yet there's no question the loss of Jon Mark Owings to a broken jaw in spring training could limit the club's power potential early in the season. Owings' injury occurred when the right fielder collided with center fielder Ovandy Suero. Suero had a concussion but was not expected to miss more than a few days of spring training, while Owings was expected to miss four to eight weeks.

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