BALTIMORE (AP) - Mark Reynolds is happy, and so are the Baltimore Orioles.
The slugger and his former team were reunited Monday at Camden Yards for the first time since Reynolds signed a $6 million, one-year contract as a free agent with the Cleveland Indians in December.
Reynolds played two years with Baltimore, hitting 60 home runs and helping the Orioles reach the playoffs in 2012.

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