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He's opposing pitcher

It's clear where Suppan stands

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / October 26, 2006

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Within days after the Red Sox won the 2004 World Series, Curt Schilling was in Ohio, campaigning for President Bush , while general manager Theo Epstein joined owners John Henry and Tom Werner in New Hampshire to stump for Senator John Kerry. Former Sox pitcher Jeff Suppan, who was scheduled to pitch Game 4 for the Cardinals ... (Full article: 1146 words)

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