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In 2011, Mat Latos emerged from April with an 0-4 record and an earned run average near five. Even though he’s wearing a different uniform, things must be feeling eerily familiar right now. After three starts, Latos finds himself winless with his new team and currently possesses an unseemly 8.22 ...
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