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MLB Week in Review: 7/16/12 The All-Star Game can finally put to rest the Melky Stinks narrative. Let’s dive in to that….from Old Faithful. www.BattingStanceGuy.com Twitter: @BattingStanceG Related PostsSan Francisco Giants 3 4 5 Hitters by Batting Stance GuyMLB Week in Review: 7/11/11MLB Week in Review: 5/9/11
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