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FORT MYERS, Fla.—Jermaine Van Buren has experienced just about every emotion a baseball player can go through. He was a second-round pick with the Rockies in 1998, got released five years later, and then kept his career going by pitching in independent ball. The Cubs brought him back to Organized Baseball as a closer and his career took off again, and Chicago dealt their 2005 Triple-A pitcher of the year to the Red Sox in December.

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