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Over the past few months, Justin Morneau has been suffering through an epic power drought like nothing he has experienced during his big league career. The Minnesota Twins first baseman had not connected on a long ball since April 28, a stupefying 189 plate appearances, before finally connecting on Wednesday night in a 7-4 win [...]The post Justin Morneau ignored by teammates after ending homer drought (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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