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From time to time, Alexei Ramirez logs on to his computer and takes a quick trip over to eBay. The White Sox shortstop's pursuit falls upon one item -- a gold medal from the 2004 Summer Olympic Games held in Athens, Greece. That particular medal belongs to Ramirez as part of Cuba's champion baseball squad.
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The only thing worse than having a valuable stolen is having one stolen that holds sentimental value. Unfortunately, White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez knows the feeling. Every now and then, Ramirez hops on eBay.com to search for a particular item — his 2004 Summer Olympics gold medal. According to to MLB.com, the medal Ramirez won as a part of Cuba’s championship squad in 2004...
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