Found March 31, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
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    Last month we brought you the news of 2011 American League Cy Young and MVP award winner Justin Verlander endorsing Fastball Flakes cereal. 2010 National League MVP, 2011 Gold Glove Winner, and two-time All-Star first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto has joined the club. Kroger and the Cincinnati Reds are longtime [...]
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