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Topic - Chris Ramirez
"I still can't believe the cancer I had. I got real lucky with the type of cancer that I had because it's rare and you're supposed to get it when you're 60 or 70," Ramirez said. "I feel lucky and the Dodgers gave me something to look forward to. They said I can always come back."
"This summer I'll be playing a lot of baseball and hoping more scouts will come and see me play," he said.