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The Cardinals signed 31-year-old second baseman Adam Thomas Kennedy to a three-year deal in November, ending the revolving door of players at second for St. Louis.

A first-round draft pick (twentieth overall) by St. Louis in 1997, the Cardinals' 1999 Minor League Player of he year made his major league debut the same season, only to be traded the following season by the Cardinals to the Anaheim Angels with pitcher Kent Bottenfield for centerfielder Jim Edmonds. "We've had interest in bringing Adam back to our organization for some time," said Cardinals...

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