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Topic - Gio
Gio Gonzalez has been working with former Yankees catcher Jorge Posada once a week this offseason.
Most of Gio Gonzalez's spring training rental apartment is bare. It's not surprising. It's been mere hours since he moved into it, ditching the hotel room he'd holed up in for the first two weeks of the Washington Nationals' workouts in February.
"I figure," he says, "I have this chance to keep us all together.
"We had a lot of struggles," Gio says, before he seems to consider this an understatement and revises it.