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Colon a load for opponents

Slimmed down, he has look of ace again

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / October 7, 2004

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That arm. Oh, yeah, now you're talking. Any discussion of all things Bartolo Colon centers on his powerful right arm, which he first began to whip into shape when he was a kid in Altamira, Dominican Republic, heaving sticks and stones and all available bric-a-brac to bring down coconuts. (Full Article: 1102 Words)

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