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White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez apparently smoked a cigar in the dugout before a recent game, and we now have a picture of it that was dated June 7. Baseball players frequently are seen enjoying some chew, but a cigar prior to a game is on a different level. It's worth noting that Ramirez is Cuban, though we don't know if we can say the same about the stogie.
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So is this the kind of pregame fuel players are using in Chicago these days? I can’t imagine this was acceptable under Ozzie Guillen, unless the player was sharing his stogies, of course. Maybe this is just what Cuban-born shortstop Alexei Ramirez grew up on. Nothing to see here, move along.
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