Found February 21, 2012 on mlb.com:
PLAYERS: Alex Cora
TEAMS: St. Louis Cardinals
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Infielder Alex Cora, 36, said on Tuesday, after completing his first workout in Cardinals camp, that he never did prepare for the possibility of retiring in the offseason.
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