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We Asked Mo Vaughn About The Indians, Dan Duquette And Dressing As A Big Fella

According to the man himself, Mo Vaughn is not much of a slugger any more. On a recent trip to the batting cages with his son, the former AL MVP says, he made contact with just three of 14 pitches—at 50 mph. Luckily, he was prepared for life after baseball when his All-Star career ended in 2003. Read more...
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