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Damon deals with demons

By Gordon Edes
August 26, 2004

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TORONTO -- There's an antiseptic quality to the word "concussion" that tends to make it sound less ominous than it really is. Call it a bruised brain, and maybe you can appreciate a little more why Johnny Damon, 10 months after his skull-shaking collision with former Red Sox utilityman Damian Jackson during the American League playoffs, said what he did ... (Full Article: 1064 Words)

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