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The Frankly Speaking Show: Lynn for Maness and supporting Wong
Today Frank Cusumano discusses the sixth inning pitching scenario involving Lance Lynn ...
Today Frank Cusumano discusses the sixth inning pitching scenario involving Lance Lynn and Seth Maness and why no one should be cruel to Kolten Wong.
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