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DeWitt surprised as L.A. gains versatility

Updated: July 31, 2010, 4:41 PM ET
By Tony Jackson | ESPNLosAngeles.com

SAN FRANCISCO -- Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Blake DeWitt said he had no idea what was going on when traveling secretary Scott Akasaki called him out of the indoor batting cage at AT&T Park on Saturday morning, walked him up the stairs to the visiting clubhouse, took him into manager Joe Torre's office and closed the door.

DeWitt wasn't in there long.

"I'm going to Chicago," he said when he emerged.

DeWitt is going to the Cubs for veteran left-hander Ted Lilly and ...

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