Chatting on the bases is good-natured, a learning experience

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February 20, 2019 - 10:04 AM

Philly Rhys Hoskins, left, talks with former Washington National Bryce Harper at first base during a game in 2018. CHARLES FOX

MESA, Ariz. (AP) — While playing for Texas, Jurickson Profar always learned something from new teammate Khris Davis when the Oakland slugger stopped at Profar’s second base spot.

Majors home run leader Davis appreciates any chance he gets to talk baseball and life with Albert Pujols while spending a few moments on first alongside the Angels star.

Mike Trout gets a chuckle out of any good-natured prank pulled by Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera at first — and there’s usually something.

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