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No speaking ill of Magadan

Bilingual coach hit with players

Manny Ramírez needed to make a heads-up play after spinning out of the way of a high and inside pitch from Daniel Cabrera. Manny Ramírez needed to make a heads-up play after spinning out of the way of a high and inside pitch from Daniel Cabrera. (JOE GIZA/REUTERS)
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / April 26, 2007

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His name is about as Anglo-sounding as one can get. He was born in Florida and went to the University of Alabama. There's no trace of an accent, and if he showed up in the House of Lords with a powdered wig on his head, no one would think him out of place. (Full article: 1024 words)

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