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July 31, 2009

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“Me and David, we’re like two mountains. We’re going to keep playing the game, and we’re going to keep doing good. We’re trying to move forward; that’s the key here.’’
Dodgers outfielder MANNY RAMIREZ, a former Boston teammate who was also implicated in yesterday’s New York Times story (source: AP)

“This hurts, this really hurts. I don’t know what to think about this. I guess you just never know what people do in the dark . . . I still love him but at the same time it’s tough to hear that. I know it’s going to be tough on him and tough on his family once this gets out. It’s Big Papi, man, it’s the big dog of Boston and he helped win two World Series with those guys, with the clutch hits. And now all those things are going to be tainted.’’
Angels outfielder TORII HUNTER, a former teammate in Minnesota (source: ESPN)

“Too bad for him, too bad for baseball. Too bad for both.’’
Yankees shortstop DEREK JETER (source: AP)

“Well, he’s my friend, and I care for David. I have nothing else to say about that. No, I’m not talking about it.’’
Yankees third baseman ALEX RODRIGUEZ (source: AP)

“When you tell me something I didn’t already know, I’ll be surprised.’’
Former major leaguer JOSE CANSECO, whose 2005 book was centered around the use of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball (source: ESPN)

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