Johnny Damon bookworm

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(Boston Globe Photo / Jim Davis)

Red Sox centerfielder Johnny Damon signed copies of his just released book "Idiot" at the Barnes & Noble book store in Rockefeller Center this afternoon. Here his wife Michelle leans in and has a word with him as he signs a book. The Rock Star was on the Today show and followed up with Regis and Kelly where he revealed "there's only two smart guys on the team, Jason Varitek and Curt Schilling."

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