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Title: The Sports Truth Show
Date: Tuesday May 15th 2012
Co-Hosts: Chris Renrick, Dave Danese
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Description:The guys talked about the Detroit Tigers troubles and how Ryan Raburn ISNT the next Prince Fielder! . 2nd Segment they talk some more Tigers and get intern Lester Marks to bow to people as they come in the place, since he was late…

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