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OPENING NUMBER
O
pening day is a special day. The smack of a baseball
popping into a catcher’s mitt. The anticipation that this
season is the one. We asked some of the Rangers about
AWARDS their best opening-day memories.
WATCH
Early AL
MVP pick: IAN KINSLER BRANDON McCARTHY MARK TEIXEIRA
David Ortiz, SECOND BASEMAN STARTING PITCHER FIRST BASEMAN
Red Sox I was facing Curt Schilling, opening Last year [as a member of the Best opening days were ’04 and
Ortiz, perhaps day, my rookie year [last season]. White Sox] will probably be the ’05. I hit home runs on opening
the most feared It was a pretty special one. I had best for a long time. It was the day. Talk about starting your
clutch hitter in family and friends there and ended only opening-day roster I made. season right. It’s always nice to hit
the majors, will up getting a hit my first at bat. It Then I ended up throwing five a home run on opening day and
stroke a handful was definitely a good opening day innings of relief after a rain delay get yourself going for the season.
of walk-off hits for me. I’ll remember that forever. to get the win. I got the first win of Every opening day has been good
in August and the season last year. to me. TODAY’S GAME
September, Starters: Red Sox (Tim Wakefield, 7-11, 4.63 ERA
giving him a GERALD LAIRD last season) at Rangers (Robinson Tejeda, 5-5, 4.28)
CATCHER KEVIN MILLWOOD BRAD WILKERSON
slight edge over Time, TV: 1:05 p.m., Channel 4
OUTFIELDER
Cleveland’s This year would be my best STARTING PITCHER
Grady Sizemore. because I’m starting and opening My best memory would be my first Tickets: Only standing-room tickets remain.
The best would be my first
DMN up in my hometown in Anaheim. opening day [playing for Montreal], First pitch: Future NFL Hall of Famer and
opening-day start in Philadelphia
That’s going to be a great moment. when I was in the starting lineup … ex-Cowboy Michael Irvin will do the honors.
[2003], where I beat the Marlins.
I grew up five minutes from the and out in front of the fans. To be
But my worst would be last year’s, National anthem: The Biggest Choir in the Great
stadium and now I’m opening-day introduced as a starter for a big
against Boston. [Millwood barely State of Texas, accompanied by the Air Force Band
catcher, starting for the Rangers league club, that was my most
made it through five innings in a of the West, will perform.
against my hometown team. memorable opening day.
7-3 loss.]

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AWARDS
WATCH
Early AL
Cy Young pick:
Jeremy
Bonderman,
TRIBE CAN HIT ’EM A BRAVE QUEST Tigers
In a Central Division loaded Can Braves manager Bobby He has improved
with good pitching, the Cox open his eyes in the his ERA and his
Indians’ strength is their ninth inning? The Braves
innings-pitched
bashing lineup. Can DH Travis ranked last in NL save
total every
Hafner, center fielder Grady percentage (.567) last season
Sizemore, catcher Victor and made bullpen
season since
Martinez and new second improvement an off-season entering the big
baseman Josh Barfield make priority. They re-signed Bob leagues as a
up for a pitching deficiency — Wickman and traded for Mike 20-year-old.
relative to the rest of the Williams and Rafael Soriano. DMN
division?
SEARCH FOR ARMS
THINK, OZZIE, THINK Has anybody seen Bob
When White Sox won it all in CAREER HOME RUNS Gibson lately? The Cardinals
2005, manager Ozzie Guillen are counting on Kip Wells as
(below) was a master of 1. Hank Aaron 755 their No. 2 starter and a pair
holding together a of converted relievers (Adam
roster of disparate
2. Barry Bonds 735 Wainwright and Braden
personalities. 3. Babe Ruth 714 Looper) to round out the
Now it appears rotation until Mark Mulder
the only thing 4. Willie Mays 660 returns (midseason at the
standing earliest). The Cards’ rotation
between the Sox 5. Sammy Sosa 588 had a 4.79 ERA last year; can
and contention is they go for 5.00 in 2007?
an increasingly tense 6. Frank Robinson 586
and defensive Guillen. He got SEARCH FOR ARMS II
his players to make 7. Mark McGwire 583
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Where is Pedro? Without
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adjustments in 2005; can he 8. Harmon Killebrew 573 Pedro Martinez (below), the
ted

make one now?
cia

Mets ran short of starting
9. Rafael Palmeiro 569
so
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pitching in the NLCS and are
SAY IT: ‘RE-PEAT’ shorter now. Until he returns
Can the Tigers repeat as AL
T-10. Ken Griffey 563 (midseason at the earliest),
champs? The overwhelming T-10. Reggie Jackson 563 the rotation could
answer seems to be yes. (as of Wednesday) include a pair of
Even with starting pitcher 40-somethings
Kenny Rogers out until July, and three

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they seem to have enough guys who
pitching. And they added the combined for
necessary big bat they 11 wins last
needed from Gary Sheffield. season (John
Maine, Oliver Perez
TWIN BASHING and Mike Pelfrey).

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AN FRANCISCO — runs comes amid lingering fore Bonds turns 43.
Can DH Jason Kubel establish Barry Bonds has be- speculation that Bonds took The Giants re-signed the
gun a season that steroids and failed an am- seven-time NL MVP for this YIKES, THAT’S OLD

himself as the Twins’ next
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rising hitting star, joining should be his most scruti- phetamines test last season. season at $15.8 million, but Does it get better with age?
catcher Joe Mauer and first nized and most thrilling, Will he stay healthy Bonds isn’t taking anything By June 1, five Giants
baseman Justin Morneau? pining to break the most enough to hit the 21 home for granted. regulars will be 35 or older
They may need more hallowed record in Ameri- runs he needs? Bonds “There’s always just a lit- (Rich Aurilia, Ray Durham,
slugging since the rotation is can sports while daring the would love to do it this sea- tle window of opportunity Dave Roberts, Omar Vizquel
going to be peppered with federal government to come son, when even more atten- in baseball,” he said. “That and Barry Bonds); that is, if
unproven pitchers such as get him. tion is on the team with San window can close real fast. they stay off the disabled
Boof Bonser and Matt Garza. The slugger’s chase of Francisco hosting the All- Sports are like that.” list.
DMN Hank Aaron’s 755 home Star game in July just be- Associated Press DMN 3
RANGERS/MLB PREVIEW
In Sosa, they trust
SURPRISE, Ariz. — The man this spring with the
hop is back. Rangers, and the major rea-
And we’re not talking son is that he is playing for
bunny hops. These are the men who believe in him.
in-love-with-life hops that Sosa had a solid spring,

ROSTER
were Sammy Sosa’s trade- batting .408 with five home
AWARDS mark when he was the toast runs and 15 RBIs.
of Chicago. Rangers manager Ron
WATCH Sosa’s super-sized body Washington and hitting
Early AL rookie and strength were essential coach Rudy Jaramillo are
of the year pick: for three consecutive 60- unconditionally in Sosa’s
Daisuke home run seasons with the corner.
Matsuzaka, Cubs, but the driving force “I hear scouts saying this
Red Sox was the unconditional love and that. They don’t know.

RUNDOWN
the team and its fans show- They don’t know what is go-
Yes, he’s 26 and ered on him. ing on with his work ethic,”
a veteran of That’s why the reversal Jaramillo said. “I know
eight seasons in of opinion after the corked- what Sammy Sosa can do,
Japan. He still bat incident in 2003 was as and that’s all I care about. ...
qualifies. devastating to his career as He’s getting his confidence
His spring any of the nagging injuries back. That’s the main
performance has that followed. thing.”
left little doubt He has been a changed McClatchy-Tribune
that he is all that
he was expected
to be.
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The Rangers are taking a chance that Sammy Sosa can rediscover his once vaunted swi

STARTING PITCHERS RELIEF PITCHERS
MICHAEL AINSWORTH/Staff Photographer RHP Kevin Millwood, age 32 RHP Joaquin Benoit, age 29
Salary: $7.5 million Salary: $1.05 million
Rangers manager Ron Washington has
been a keen observer through the years. Lowdown: Posted a 16-12 record, 4.52 ERA Lowdown: Opponents are batting .197 over two seasons.
in his first season as the Rangers’ No. 1 starter. LHP Bruce Chen, 29
It seems he’ll manage RHP Vicente Padilla, 29
Salary: $11.25 million
Salary: $600,000
Lowdown: Will pitch in long relief and as a spot starter.
SURPRISE, Ariz. — lineups without hesitation Lowdown: Was 15-10 with a 4.50 ERA in his first RHP Scott Feldman, 24
From where does this whole and for others who believed AL season. Salary: $388,203
notion spring that Ron the key to getting every-
Washington is going to be a thing out of a team was to RHP Brandon McCarthy, 23 Lowdown: 0-2, 3.92 ERA last season.
“players’ manager,” as he get everybody involved. Salary: $396,068 RHP Eric Gagne, age 31
boldly stated not 30 min- Strategically, he favors Lowdown: Highly touted prospect Salary: $6 million
utes into his introduction as pressuring teams with John Danks
Kevin Millwood Lowdown: Has missed most of the last two seasons with
the Rangers’ manager? steals and bunts and speed. was traded
notched nine injuries. Will be the closer when he’s ready.
Washington’s style was But he has also seen the for him.
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formed wholly from his in- benefits of Oakland’s ap- of his 16 wins RHP Kameron Loe, 25
teraction with others. proach (his last stop): selec- RHP in road games Salary: $390,765
As a player in the Kansas tive at the plate and conser- Robinson last season.
Lowdown: Disappointing 3-6 with a 5.86 ERA last season.
City Royals Baseball Acade- vative on the base paths. Tejeda, 25
my, he was grounded in the “There have just been so Salary: $389,446 LHP Ron Mahay, 35
execution of fundamentals. many people who have said Lowdown: Was 2-1 with Salary: $1.2 million
As a big leaguer for parts of stuff and done stuff that a 1.13 ERA over five Lowdown: Lefties hit .240 against him last season.
12 seasons, he was touched sticks with you,” Washing-

starts in September.
by teammates as diverse as ton said. “People who RHP Akinori Otsuka, 35
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the studious Randy Bush, praised you, who were di- RHP Jamey Salary: $3 million
now a Chicago Cubs assis- rect with you but never in a Wright, 32 Lowdown: Had 32 saves last season.
tant general manager, to the mean way. People who Salary: $900,000
late Kirby Puckett, who treated you like a profes- Lowdown: Was 6-10 with a LHP C.J. Wilson, 26
played with exuberance sional. People who told you 5.19 ERA in 156 innings for the Salary: $391,043
rarely seen. what you had to get better Giants last season. Lowdown: Lefties hit .155 against him.
He played for managers and pushed you.”
4 who stuck by their starting DMN
RANGERS/MLB PREVIEW
RANGERS SCHEDULE
APRIL 27 at Royals........7:10 p.m.
6 Red Sox ...........1:05 p.m. 28 at Royals .......6:10 p.m.
7 Red Sox ..........7:05 p.m. 29 at Royals ........1:10 p.m.
8 Red Sox ..........7:05 p.m. 31 at Indians.......6:05 p.m.
9 Devil Rays .......7:05 p.m.
10 Devil Rays ......7:05 p.m. AUGUST
11 Devil Rays.......7:05 p.m.
1 at Indians ........6:05 p.m. AWARDS
13 at Mariners ....9:05 p.m. 2 at Indians .......11:05 a.m.
14 at Mariners.....2:55 p.m.
WATCH
3 at Blue Jays ....6:07 p.m.
15 at Mariners ....3:05 p.m.
4 at Blue Jays ...12:07 p.m.
Early NL
17 at White Sox.....7:11 p.m. 5 at Blue Jays ...12:07 p.m. MVP pick:
18 at White Sox ....7:11 p.m.
6 A’s..................7:35 p.m.
Lance Berkman,
19 at White Sox ....7:11 p.m. Astros
7 A’s..................7:35 p.m.
20 A’s................7:05 p.m. 8 A’s..................7:35 p.m. With nobody to
21 A’s.................7:05 p.m. US Presswire protect him,
10 Devil Rays ......7:35 p.m.
22 A’s ................2:05 p.m. Berkman had
Alfonso Soriano 11 Devil Rays .......7:35 p.m.
23 Mariners........7:05 p.m. makes his return 12 Devil Rays ......7:35 p.m. MVP numbers
24 Mariners ........1:05 p.m. to Arlington with last season (.315
14 Royals............7:35 p.m.
25 at Indians......6:05 p.m. the Cubs in June. average, 45 HRs,
15 Royals............7:35 p.m.
26 at Indians......11:05 a.m. 16 Royals............7:35 p.m.
136 RBIs). If
8 Brewers ..........7:35 p.m.
Carlos Lee does
27 at Blue Jays...6:07 p.m. 17 at Twins..........7:10 p.m. what he is
28 at Blue Jays..12:07 p.m. 9 Brewers ..........7:35 p.m. 18 at Twins .........6:10 p.m.
10 Brewers .........7:35 p.m. supposed to do
29 at Blue Jays..12:07 p.m. 19 at Twins ..........1:10 p.m.
and protects
30 at Blue Jays ..6:07 p.m. 12 at Pirates.......6:05 p.m. 20 at Orioles ......6:05 p.m. Berkman,
13 at Pirates.......6:05 p.m. 21 at Orioles.......6:05 p.m. Berkman’s
14 at Pirates.......6:05 p.m. 22 at Orioles ......6:05 p.m.
MAY numbers might
15 at Reds...........6:10 p.m. 23 Mariners ........7:35 p.m. go even higher.
1 Yankees...........7:05 p.m. 16 at Reds...........6:10 p.m. 24 Mariners........7:35 p.m. DMN
2 Yankees ..........7:05 p.m. 17 at Reds ..........12:15 p.m. 25 Mariners........7:35 p.m.
3 Yankees ..........7:05 p.m.
19 Cubs ..............7:35 p.m. 26 Mariners........7:35 p.m.
MICHAEL AINSWORTH/Staff Photographer 4 Blue Jays ........7:05 p.m. 20 Cubs .............7:35 p.m. 28 White Sox ......7:35 p.m.
ing and become a valuable part of the offense this season. 5 Blue Jays ........7:05 p.m. 21 Cubs...............1:05 p.m. 29 White Sox ......7:35 p.m.
6 Blue Jays ........2:05 p.m.
22 Astros ...........7:35 p.m. 30 White Sox ......7:35 p.m.
INFIELDERS OUTFIELDERS 8 at Yankees......6:05 p.m. 23 Astros ...........2:55 p.m. 31 at Angels .......9:05 p.m.
3B Hank Blalock, age 26 DH/OF Sammy Sosa, age 38 9 at Yankees......6:05 p.m. 24 Astros ...........7:35 p.m.
10 at Yankees....12:05 p.m.
Salary: $4.75 million Salary: $500,000 25 at Tigers .......6:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Hit only .237 after the Lowdown: Has 588 career home runs. 11 Angels ............7:05 p.m. 26 at Tigers .......6:05 p.m.
12 Angels ...........2:55 p.m. SEPTEMBER
All-Star break last season. 27 at Tigers .......6:05 p.m.
DH/OF Frank Catalanotto, 32 13 Angels ...........2:05 p.m. 28 at Tigers ......12:05 p.m.
1 at Angels .........2:55 p.m.
2B Ian Kinsler, 24 Salary: $3.5 million 14 Angels............1:05 p.m. 2 at Angels.........2:35 p.m.
29 at Red Sox.....6:05 p.m.
Salary: $390,708 Lowdown: Batted .300 for Jays last year. 15 at Devil Rays...6:10 p.m. 3 Royals ............7:05 p.m.
30 at Red Sox.....6:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Had a solid rookie season, 16 at Devil Rays...6:10 p.m. 4 Royals ............7:05 p.m.
hitting .286 with 55 RBIs in 120 games.
Nelson Cruz, 26 17 at Devil Rays ...6:10 p.m. 5 Royals ............7:05 p.m.
Salary: $382,000
18 at Astros........7:05 p.m. JULY 7 A’s..................7:05 p.m.
SS Michael Young, 30 Lowdown: Batted .223 in 41 games. 19 at Astros........6:05 p.m. 1 at Red Sox........1:05 p.m. 8 A’s..................7:05 p.m.
Salary: $3.5 million 2 at Red Sox ......6:05 p.m. 9 A’s..................2:05 p.m.
Kenny Lofton, 39 20 at Astros........1:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Batted .314 with 93 runs, 52
Salary: $6 million 21 Twins.............7:05 p.m. 3 Angels ............7:35 p.m. 11 at Tigers.........6:05 p.m.
doubles, 14 home runs and 103 RBIs.
22 Twins ............7:05 p.m. 4 Angels ............7:35 p.m. 12 at Tigers ........6:05 p.m.
Hit .412 with runners in scoring Lowdown: This is Lofton’s 11th team.
23 Twins.............1:05 p.m. 5 Angels ............7:35 p.m. 13 at A’s.............9:05 p.m.
position, a club record. Brad Wilkerson, 29

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25 Red Sox.........7:05 p.m. 6 Orioles ............7:35 p.m. 14 at A’s.............9:05 p.m.
1B Mark Teixeira, 26 Salary: $4.35 million 26 Red Sox.........2:55 p.m. 7 Orioles ............7:35 p.m. 15 at A’s.............2:55 p.m.
Salary: $9.4 million Lowdown: Had a shoulder injury, hit .222. 27 Red Sox.........2:05 p.m. 8 Orioles............2:05 p.m. 16 at A’s.............3:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Finished with a .282 batting 28 at A’s............9:05 p.m. 13 at Angels .......9:05 p.m. 17 at Twins..........7:10 p.m.
average, 33 home runs, 110 RBIs and a CATCHERS 29 at A’s............9:05 p.m. 14 at Angels .......8:05 p.m. 18 at Twins..........7:10 p.m.
Gold Glove. 30 at A’s ............2:35 p.m. 15 at Angels........2:35 p.m. 19 at Twins..........7:10 p.m.
Gerald Laird, age 27
INF/OF Jerry Hairston Jr., 30 Salary: $400,322 31 at Mariners ....9:05 p.m. 16 at A’s.............9:05 p.m. 20 Orioles ..........7:05 p.m. ●

Salary: $750,000 17 at A’s.............9:05 p.m. 21 Orioles...........7:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Had career highs in games (78),
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18 at A’s.............2:35 p.m. 22 Orioles ..........7:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Batted .206 with the Cubs home runs (seven) and RBIs (22) last
and Rangers last season. season. Batted .296 playing part-time. JUNE 19 Indians...........7:35 p.m. 23 Orioles ..........2:05 p.m.
1 at Mariners ......9:05 p.m. 20 Indians..........7:35 p.m. 24 Angels...........7:05 p.m.
OF/INF Matt Kata, 29 Chris Stewart, 25 2 at Mariners .....9:05 p.m. 21 Indians...........7:35 p.m. 25 Angels...........7:05 p.m.
Salary: $415,000 Salary: $381,000 3 at Mariners .....3:05 p.m. 22 Indians ..........7:35 p.m. 26 Angels ...........1:05 p.m.
Lowdown: Batted .263 with nine home Lowdown: Acquired from the White Sox. 5 Tigers .............7:35 p.m. 23 Mariners ........7:35 p.m. 28 at Mariners....9:05 p.m.
runs and 34 RBIs in the minors. DMN 6 Tigers .............7:35 p.m. 24 Mariners........7:35 p.m. 29 at Mariners ...........TBA
7 Tigers .............7:35 p.m. 25 Mariners........7:35 p.m. 30 at Mariners....3:05 p.m.
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RANGERS/MLB PREVIEW
The Rangers Robinson
were so Tejeda is 5-5
confident in with a 4.28
Brandon ERA since
McCarthy’s coming to
skills that the Rangers
they gave up in a trade
prized with
prospect Philadelphia
John Danks just before
for him in the 2006
AWARDS an season.
WATCH off-season
trade.
Early NL Cy
Young pick: Associated Press Associated Press
Chris Young,

KEEPING
Padres The Rangers are a young duo. “Commitment comes
changed franchise. If either McCarthy or Te- through performance,”
This is not to rub To prove it, they offer jeda end up with 30 starts, manager Ron Washington
it in on the Robinson Tejeda as the it will be a dramatic change said. “But it takes more than
Rangers, but it’s starting pitcher for today’s from the recent past. If they one, two or three perfor-
not a reach. He 1:05 home opener against both end up with 30, well, it mances. They will get every
was 7-2 with a Boston. Tejeda is just two will be the dawn of a wholly opportunity to do it. We are

THE FAITH
3.26 ERA after weeks removed from his new era. not going to panic after one
June 1 last 25th birthday. He follows Tejeda got 14 starts last or two bad starts. If they
season. He’ll Brandon McCarthy, who year, though they hardly run into trouble, we will
have to go started at Los Angeles on came in succession. It took give them the chance to cor-
deeper into Wednesday. McCarthy is three different stints in the rect it. If they don’t correct
games. just 23. The Rangers swear majors for him to compile it, at least we’ll have found
DMN they are committed to the them. out for sure.” DMN
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THE
GETTING TO KNOW YOU …
Trait of yours What is Favorite First Current What was Favorite Most Favorite
RANGERS you most your hidden all-time TV celebrity celebrity your first flower? adventurous board game
WERE deplore? talent? character? crush? crush? car? thing you’ve as a child?
ASKED … done?

Shakira Jessica Alba Orchids I chased bees. AWARDS
(right) They were WATCH
infesting where
we live. I got Early NL rookie
bit a bunch, of the year pick:
JOAQUIN but I caught
BENOIT
Chris Young,
the queen. Diamondbacks
How cool would
I’m a really Kathy Ireland. I really A 1982 red No brainer. I went
it be to have two
good cook. I I had her like Christina Toyota Celica Birds of parasailing
guys with the
made some calendar Aguilera’s GT. I got it in paradise. in Mexico over
tilapia with in my room. look lately. 1997 for $950. the winter. It
same name win
dirty rice and One door had was part of me two different
HANK steamed to be opened getting over my awards? It could
BLALOCK asparagus. from the inside. fear of heights. happen. The
center fielder
I have no Alyssa Milano Scarlett Sunflowers. Scrabble. I’m a has 30-homer/
patience at all. Johansson They are very big “word” guy. 30-steal
(left) vibrant. My capability.
favorite color is DMN
yellow, so I love
FRANK them.
CATALANOTTO

Hey, I’m a Kelly Heidi Klum A 1991 Honda I liked Life.
simple guy. Kapowski Civic two-door I always tried
Let’s just say on Saved hatchback. It to be a doctor,
I wrestle By the Bell was four-speed. have the most
alligators. (right) My dad got it kids and make
IAN for me. the most cake.
KINSLER

I wish I had Bart Simpson Fire and ice Sorry. I was
more hair. It roses. You know good at it.
detracts from what they are? I cheated.
my good looks. They are white
on the bottom
GERALD and red
LAIRD on the top.

I have a little I am a Daisy Duke White roses
OCD [obsessive- great singer.
compulsive
disorder] going.
Everything has

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TEIXEIRA

I obsess about I’m from Apollonia Charlize Theron Red roses Monopoly.
things. … I’m Kentucky. (below). My (above) because red I liked the
indecisive. I can play parents had is my favorite money. And
Or maybe not. some Purple Rain, and color. I liked it when
I’m not sure. basketball. I watched her my friends got
BRAD

all the time. sent to jail.
WILKERSON
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It’s a tie Elisabeth Shue I would go
between when she with Monopoly.
Freddie “Rerun” was in The I was big into
Stubbs and Karate Kid. Chutes ’n
Tattoo (left). Ladders. … It
MICHAEL wore off pretty
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