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Hanley Ramirez, Like You've Never Seen Him Before

              Hanley Ramirez wore the NL batting crown last year with a .342 average. This season, that figure fell to .300. Now we know why. Ramirez was pressing!

             Check out this photo of Ramirez in ESPN The Magazine's "Body Issue," which hits newsstands on Friday. Observant readers will note that the photo was taken on Sept. 16, the day Ramirez stopped playing due to left elbow inflammation -- yes, the same one manipulating the iron. He made just one more start -- on Sept. 21 -- before calling it a season.


             (Photo used with permission of ESPN The Magazine)


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Hanley being Hanley

This idiot better focus on getting his mind right for next season. I think the big contract already got to his head. He hasn't played hard in two years!


Thanks to the strategically placed ironing board, we can't tell whether he's planning to play hard or not...


What a faygela...

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