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10/03/2008

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Sam

It's a logical assumption that steroids testing played a role in the fall from an average of 2.04 dingers per game in 2007 to 2.01 in 2008. That may not seem like much, but it's a noticeable drop from 2000, when the average of 2.34 set a record.

chad

So....your explanation for the HR rate this year, with increased scrutiny and testing, is going to be...what exactly?

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