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They normally let their bats do the talking

By Carol Beggy and Mark Shanahan
Globe Staff / November 3, 2007

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For a guy who doesn't talk to the media, Manny Ramirez looked mighty comfortable sitting beside Jay Leno last night. Appearing on "The Tonight Show," Ramirez called Boston "one of the best cities ever," and said he and his teammates - winners of two World Series in the past four years - never believed in the Curse of the Bambino. ... (Full article: 1021 words)

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