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With a name like his, in a town like New York, why isn't Mets slugger Howard Johnson a commercial smash hit?
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Baseball has mounted a campaign to stop pitchers from doctoring balls and hitters from corking bats
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August 07, 1989 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
•Howard Johnson, New York Mets third baseman, on Royals slugger Bo Jackson: "Maybe they should see if his body is corked."
March 23, 1987 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
•Billy Gardner, new manager of the Kansas City Royals, upon arriving in Fort Myers, Fla., for the first time in 25 years: "The last time I was here, Howard Johnson's sold only vanilla."