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Bill Scheft
May 24, 2004
Try to keep it down. We don't want to wake up Roy Jones Jr.
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May 24, 2004

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Try to keep it down. We don't want to wake up Roy Jones Jr.

SMARTY JONES ROMPS BY 11� LENGTHS IN PREAKNESS

In the 13 days between victories, Smarty did not have a workout. However, on Thursday afternoon in the paddock, he did 20 minutes of Strippercise.

Gary Stevens flew in from Paris to ride runner-up Rock Hard Ten. I guess Tobey Maguire couldn't make weight.

MLB MOVES OFFICIAL DRUG TESTING FACILITIES TO LAB IN MONTREAL

Are you like me? Are you expecting Bud Selig to announce that 22 samples this season will be processed in San Juan?

Previously, much of the testing had been done at a laboratory in Southern California. I believe it was called Centrifuges 'n Things.

A document from 1791 was found in Pittsfield, Mass., which contains the first recorded mention of the word baseball. And what are the odds of this? Later in the same document is the first recorded mention of Spider-Man.

Congratulations to Red Sox outfielder Manny Ramirez who became a U.S. citizen. Manny had done very well on the citizenship test. A couple of questions were over his head and he didn't even drop his bat and charge the test monitor.

Roger Clemens is 7-0. And I'm not sure if this is part of his contract, but during his last start he got a visit on the mound from Astros pitching coach Burt Hooten and three visits from his sons.

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