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Manny Ramirez: Role Model? (Cough.)

Heeeeerrrrre’s Manny:

“I want to show people that Manny can change, that he can do the right thing,” Ramirez told ESPN’s Pedro Gomez in an interview. “And to show people that I still can play. I don’t want to leave the game like I did. I also want to show my kids that if you make a mistake, don’t quit. Just go back and fix it. And if you’re going to leave, leave the right way.”

Actually, Manny is a role model . . . just for what not to do.

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