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Sue Falsone is the first female lead trainer in Major League Baseball, helping players from the Los Angeles Dodgers stay healthy and fit. She tells TODAY’s Erica Hill the job comes with a lot of pressure, and the hardest part is when an athlete is hurt and she can’t give them the answers they need.