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Who says Mantle, Mays could not keep up with Manny?

Well, here we go again. Boy, this gets old! We’ve all heard this bologna—at least I have—since our pants didn’t shrink and stairs weren’t so steep and music wasn’t so loud. You know: Shaquille O’Neal would have Wilt Chamberlain for lunch. Johnny Unitas couldn’t hold a candle to Tom Brady. If Jerry West were with the ...

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