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Dan Shaughnessy

A date that was defining

After 30 years, impact still felt

Thurman Munson, with Bobby Bonds at Fenway in 1975, was the Yankees’ emotional leader until his death in 1979. Thurman Munson, with Bobby Bonds at Fenway in 1975, was the Yankees’ emotional leader until his death in 1979. (1975 File/ Dan Goshtigian/ Globe Staff)
By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / August 2, 2009

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Today we take a break from PEDs, dog-killing quarterbacks, tainted championship rings, John Smoltz’s whopping ERA, and the epic non-trade of Roy Halladay. (Full article: 1185 words)

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