The bright orange wrist bands, the blue socks pulled up high, and the way he looked down at the grass and strutted back to his position in the outfield were the first clues. Yoelkis Cespedes Maceo’s face, especially those eyebrows, looked young, but familiar. And that throwing arm — the one he used to double off a runner at first base after a running catch in right in the bottom of the third inning — was the final hint.

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