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A powerful statement from Ortiz

By Gordon Edes
Globe Columnist / March 21, 2004

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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Among Mo Vaughn's more memorable utterances in his years with the Red Sox was one that came during one of his numerous contract squabbles with John Harrington, the former Sox owner who along with his wife, Maureen, was John W. Henry's guest for yesterday's 9-4 Sox exercise against the Toronto Blue Jays. "Gentlemen," Vaughn said to ... (Full Article: 856 Words)

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