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Millar looking at big picture

He's not feeling crunch of low numbers

By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / August 7, 2005

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MINNEAPOLIS -- Kevin Millar knows what you're thinking. You're thinking about the home runs, the four that he's hit, the team-high 142 at-bats he's gone without one, the 43 he connected for in the preceding two seasons, and the sudden, precipitous decline. He's just not thinking the same thing. Instead, he's got an analogy. (Full article: 971 words)

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