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Raffy* Goes Home

Rafael Palmeiro goes home

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Palmeiro Leaves Boston, Flies to Baltimore on Friday

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Palmeiro's ear plugs

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The Steroid Cheat is Gonna Need Bigger Earplugs

Don't Forget How He Beat the Sox in July

"I think they knew that already (that the Orioles would stay in the AL East race)," said Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro, who homered in each of the last three games here, drawing to within two hits of the 3,000-plateau, and also knocked in the Orioles' first run with a sacrifice fly. "I think the message has been sent to the whole league that we're here to stay. Everybody goes through a little bad streak. It's going to happen, but I think we're good enough to be around all the way through." -- 7.10, Rafael Palmeiro on his big weekend vs. the Sox (from the Boston Globe)

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