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CAT'S MEOW
Ivan Maisel
April 17, 2000
When, he says, God carried him through his house shortly after his first chemotherapy treatment in February 1999, the Braves' Andres Galarraga thought he was about to die. He wasn't, and now he's back on the diamond after lymphoma sidelined him for a year. The Big Cat hit three game-winning homers in Atlanta's first five games, including a grand slam last Saturday against the Giants, proving that for some, life begins at 38.
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April 17, 2000

Cat's Meow

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When, he says, God carried him through his house shortly after his first chemotherapy treatment in February 1999, the Braves' Andres Galarraga thought he was about to die. He wasn't, and now he's back on the diamond after lymphoma sidelined him for a year. The Big Cat hit three game-winning homers in Atlanta's first five games, including a grand slam last Saturday against the Giants, proving that for some, life begins at 38.

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