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Manny singles on first pitch he sees back in U.S.

Manny singles on first pitch he sees back in U.S.

CNNSI.com Updated Jul 7, 2013
ROUND ROCK, Texas (AP) Manny Ramirez didn't waste any time getting in the swing of things in his latest bid to return to the big leagues.
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