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Managers Murphy, Counsell go way back

Managers Murphy, Counsell go way back Updated 9 hours ago
The hot-headed coach saw promise in the skinny infielder, and rode him hard. That's how Padres interim manager Pat Murphy treated many of his players at the University of Notre Dame, including Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who so irked his skipper wit…
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