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What do you get when you combine Corey Hart’s and Rickie Week’s last name? WART. Yes WART. Appropriate for what these two ******* ass bags have been to the Brewers’ playoff lineup. A big, festering WART. Rickie Wart is hitting a blistering (what warts do) .130 this post season with one damn RBI in the [...]
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