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“Jimmy Margulies 'editorial cartoon depicting a syringe with the Louisville Slugger logo and the words "Genuine Alex Rodriguez Model" was terribly unfair to Hillerich & Bradsby Co., the storied company that manufactures the Louisville Slugger® (Editorial, Feb. 10).”
“OK, this, from a recent thread on Slugger is a good enough one to start with.”
“For now Slugger is trying to figure out if he should bat left or right.”
“But back in 1975, White, who is known as Slugger, was a contestant at Plainfield in the New Jersey State Open.”
“I wasn't sure if my club had made contact or not, but I called Slugger over and asked him to check.”
“Here’s a nugget to chew on which throws some light on why Slugger is further integrated into the local political process than any other blog in the country: Slugger’s penetration of it’s local market is up to five times higher than any other site (to my knowledge, anyway).”
“They found out that the father of Slogwell Brown, always called Slugger by his comrades, was laying claim to the island.”
“Fawkes has reportedly put together a top coaching team including Geoffrey 'Slugger' Howe, Michael 'Slasher' Heseltine and 'Sugar Ray' Tebbit, all masters of delivering a good kicking to political figures.”
“It looked a little hopeful in the eighth inning, when there were two men on bases, second and third, and only one out, with "Slugger" Nottingham at the plate.”
“The left guard on the Varsity was Bannen -- "Slugger" Bannen.”
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