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Top left, Peabody ballplayer Jeff Allison is hopeful as he battles back from drug addiction. Above, the rehabilitation of Jeff Allison includes workouts at Extra Innings, an indoor baseball facility in Middleton. Below left, Jeff Allison (second from left) with his longtime friends Artie Generazzo, Andrew Coppola, and Bobby Celentano. (Globe Staff Photos/ Suzanne Kreiter)
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A pitcher's duel | The Jeff Allison story

Reclaiming his life, and his life in baseball

By Thomas Farragher
Globe Staff / December 13, 2004

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Last of two parts It was $70,000 worth of chrome and steel, power and thump. When it rolled through the streets of Peabody, everyone knew who was behind the wheel. (Full article: 4358 words)

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