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As he seeks answers, Ortiz muscles up

Away from Fenway, fans were more critical of David Ortiz the day after it was revealed he failed a drug test in 2003. Ortiz gave his supporters something to cheer about with an early homer. Away from Fenway, fans were more critical of David Ortiz the day after it was revealed he failed a drug test in 2003. Ortiz gave his supporters something to cheer about with an early homer. (Joe Giza/Reuters)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / August 1, 2009

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David Ortiz faced dual tasks yesterday, the first day following the season-rattling revelation that he tested positive during an anonymous drug test in 2003. First, he took an initial step to answer his own questions about the test and then share them with the public. Second, he played his first game in a visiting stadium since the result ... (Full article: 862 words)

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