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An out they had to take

Ramírez's bat would have helped, but . . .

Losses were cut, if only figuratively, by trading Manny Ramírez. Losses were cut, if only figuratively, by trading Manny Ramírez. (Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
By Nick Cafardo
October 21, 2008

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So we are left with one compelling question: If the Red Sox still had Manny Ramírez, would they be working out at Fenway Park today and getting ready to host Game 1 of the World Series tomorrow? (Full article: 1094 words)

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