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HE SAID WHAT?
“After all those years of not being able to hit him, do I want to hit him? Of course I want to hit him.” - Packers linebacker Nick Barnett on former teammate Brett Favre
NATIONAL NEWSMAKERS ” WHO’S MAKING HEADLINES THIS WEEK
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TWT FIVE ” TOP NATIONALS PROSPECTS
1. Stephen Strasburg - He zooms to the top of the class after signing even if he doesn’t throw a pitch this season.
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