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A REAL RAP SESSION
April 14, 1986
Wade Boggs, Ted Williams and Don Mattingly rendezvous to talk about-what else?-hitting.
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April 14, 1986

A Real Rap Session

Wade Boggs, Ted Williams and Don Mattingly rendezvous to talk about-what else?-hitting.

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WILLIAMS: But that's not the way the Lau people do it.

BOGGS: It is, too. That is the proper way to do it. You do it. [Williams stands up and takes an imaginary swing.]

MATTINGLY: You're letting go somewhere.

WILLIAMS: You gotta let it go some-where.

BOGGS: See.

WILLIAMS: Do you think you miss more balls on top or underneath?

MATTINGLY: I really don't know.

WILLIAMS: Oh, boy. One of the best hitters in the game and he doesn't know. O.K., when you don't hit it good....

MATTINGLY: More often than not, I pop it up. I would say that when I miss, I swing underneath.

BOGGS: Same thing, without a doubt.

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