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Retiring Ramirez labor for opposition

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / June 26, 2004

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So much for the Joe Kerrigan factor. When Manny Ramirez went hitless in 11 at-bats last year against the Phillies, it seemed logical that Kerrigan, the former Red Sox manager and pitching coach, may have provided the Philadelphia staff a shrewd scouting report on the Sox slugger. (Full Article: 745 Words)

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