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  • "This is a teachable moment. Ever parent, every coach should take the opportunity of all these suspensions to sit down and talk to your kids about why they shouldn't be involved in performance-enhancing drugs," Hooton said in a recent phone interview.

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  • "It's not mad at him, It's not anything to be mad about. It's disappointed," Don Hooton told the Associated Press at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, describing his feelings. "I really hoped I would've heard from Alex before (his suspension) came out"

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