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Dan Shaughnessy

Did winner have dirty little secret?

By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / October 23, 2006

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DETROIT -- Kenny Rogers was dazzling again last night. But was he also cheating? The 41-year-old lefthander continued his Joe Hardy-like October mastery at cold Comerica Park, blanking the St. Louis Cardinals on two hits over eight innings of a 3-1 World Series victory. Rogers extended his postseason scoreless streak to 23 innings and evened the Series, 1-1, but when ... (Full article: 862 words)

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