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Johnny Damon Says He Can Still Play (AUDIO)

Former Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox outfielder, Johnny Damon joined Jeff Zito Saturday morning. Recently Johnny had gone on record as saying “When you feel you can still outhit at least half the league and you don’t get that call, it’s rough,” Damon told The Associated Press in a phone interview this past Friday. 333 more words

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Former Red Sox, Yankee Johnny Damon Wants To Return To Big Leagues

ROB MAADDI
AP Sports Writer

Teams looking for a proven hitter to help them down the stretch might want to call Johnny Damon.

The three-time All-Star, two-time World Series champion and five-time .300 hitter is staying in shape, swinging the bat and eager to return to the majors. 590 more words

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Johnny Damon Wants 1 More Shot In Big Leagues

Teams looking for a proven hitter to help them down the stretch might want to call Johnny Damon.

The three-time All-Star, two-time World Series champion and five-time .300 hitter is staying in shape, swinging the bat and eager to return to the majors. 569 more words

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Johnny Damon, Seeking 1 More Shot, Insists He's Still Got It

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Teams looking for a proven hitter to help them down the stretch might want to call Johnny Damon.

The three-time All-Star, two-time World Series champion and five-time .300 hitter is staying in shape, swinging the bat and eager to return to the majors. 696 more words

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There's that word again

That word is back.

Idiot.

Remember, that was the phrase popularized by Johnny Damon and Kevin Millar in 2004 when the Red Sox ended their 86-year championship drought and won the World Series. 436 more words

Old-Timers' Day never gets old

Funny thing about the Yankees’ Old-Timers’ Day is that the event itself never gets old.

Other organizations that followed the Yankees’ lead over the years in staging reunions of their old players discontinued the practice except for special occasions. 615 more words

Former Blue Rock Damon has number retired

Not only were the Wilmington Blue Rocks hosting the California League/Carolina League All-Star Game on Tuesday night, but they were also honoring one of their former players. 273 more words

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