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Aches and Pains
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
August 09, 1993
Why is Kansas City Royal star George Brett (above) looking so blissful? Because his wife, Leslie, is applying Ben-Gay to his 40-year-old shoulders in a TV commercial. In a deal making Brett the latest creaky old-timer—move over, if you can, Jimmy Connors (Nuprin) and Nolan Ryan (Advil)—to tout a pain-relief product, Ben-Gay is donating money to the Arthritis Foundation for each hit, home run and grand slam he gets this season. Brett's stats through Sunday: .266, 13 homers and a soothing $15,800 for the foundation.
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August 09, 1993

Aches And Pains

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Why is Kansas City Royal star George Brett (above) looking so blissful? Because his wife, Leslie, is applying Ben-Gay to his 40-year-old shoulders in a TV commercial. In a deal making Brett the latest creaky old-timer—move over, if you can, Jimmy Connors (Nuprin) and Nolan Ryan ( Advil)—to tout a pain-relief product, Ben-Gay is donating money to the Arthritis Foundation for each hit, home run and grand slam he gets this season. Brett's stats through Sunday: .266, 13 homers and a soothing $15,800 for the foundation.

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