Posted February 12, 2012 on rays.scout.com
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In this week's addition of Rays Roundup: Evan Longoria is coming into Spring Training 10-15 pounds lighter after changing his off-season workout routine, starting pitcher Alex Cobb says he's 100 percent, Sam Fuld gains the respect of fellow outfielder Matt Joyce, Matt Moore downplays his status as AL Rookie of the Year favorite and manager Joe Maddon's new contract is close to being finalized.
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