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    • Detroit up 1-0, nice start. 
    • If you can't get excited about Hays, Mullins and Mountcastle, not to mention the healthy returns of Mancini, Santander and Iglesias, throw in Rutchman, Hall, Rodriguez, Kjerstad, Diaz and Henderson in the pipeline, I suggest a Viagra washed down with that orange Kool-aide Too Tall (and I) are drinking.  
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