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FILE - In an undated photo provided by the Detroit Tigers, Bill Lajoie, an executive with the Detroit Tigers baseball team, poses for a photo. Lajoie, whose eye for talent helped build the Tigers team that won the 1984 World Series championship, died Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010. He was 76. Tigers spokesman Brian Britten said the team first learned of Lajoie's death from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Lajoie was working as a special assistant to the Pirates at the time of his death. (AP Photo/Detroit Tigers, File)

FILE - In an undated photo provided by the Detroit Tigers, Bill Lajoie, an executive with the Detroit Tigers baseball team, poses for a photo. Lajoie, whose eye for talent helped build the Tigers team that won the 1984 World Series championship, died Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010. He was 76. Tigers spokesman Brian Britten said the team first learned of Lajoie's death from the Pittsburgh Pirates. Lajoie was working as a special assistant to the Pirates at the time of his death. (AP Photo/Detroit Tigers, File)

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