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Nationals Manager Dusty Baker 'always wanted to be a Dodger'

Dusty Baker wanted out of Atlanta. He was tired of losing, he said, and tired of living in the South. So he marched into the office of Braves General Manager Eddie Robinson and demanded a trade back home, to California. There were five major league teams in California. Baker preferred one. “I always...
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