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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Slow boil

Don't get Rice started on his Hall credentials

Jim Rice believes being great for a shorter period is more impressive than being good for a long time.
Jim Rice believes being great for a shorter period is more impressive than being good for a long time. (Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin) Globe Staff Photo / Barry Chin
February 23, 2006

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(Correction: Because of a reporting error, it was misstated that Jim Rice was the first player since Joe DiMaggio to record more than 400 total bases in a season in a story on Rice in Thursday's Sports section. Rice was the first American League player since DiMaggio to record 400 total bases.) (Full article: 1159 words)

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