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Bob Ryan

Being Manny, he may not have known

By Bob Ryan
Globe Columnist / May 8, 2009

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Be careful. Manny could be telling the truth. If any baseball superstar is capable of taking a medication in all innocence, and then finding out that something in it is included on Major League Baseball's banned list of substances, it is Manny Ramírez. It certainly fits the profile. (Full article: 1051 words)

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