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"And So It Happened"

It was the Mannyization of this team that brought it home.

By David Halberstam
December 19, 2004

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I sat there in my Manhattan apartment, watching the parade with great pleasure. In some ways, not altogether surprising, Manny Ramirez was the hero of the parade, MVP on a team that did not have an MVP (unless it was that famous and extremely popular and ever-versatile first baseman-DH-left fielder Manny Ortiz). In the parade, Manny was holding up a ... (Full article: 1527 words)

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