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Slumping 'Youk' seeking strong finish

Detroit : MI : USA | Sep 12, 2012 at 10:06 AM PDT
Source: Chicago Tribune
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Phil Rogers On Baseball Talking baseball while mourning the summer that's slipping away: 1. When Kevin Youkilis struck out in the eighth inning last night, he returned to the dugout and smashed his bat. He may not have been happy about Robin Ventura asking him to bunt, but his frustration... FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
 
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