Found December 09, 2011 on Washington Times:
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SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (AP) - Miami Marlins reliever Leo Nunez apologized Friday for using a fake name and age, saying he falsified his identify when he was young so he could play professional baseball."I apologize to my supporters, my fans," he said Friday in an interview with The Associated ...
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