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 v. phr.— «Pierzynski flattened Barrett like a runaway Red Line train in a way that would have made Hunter proud.…In the parlance of the Sox’ clubhouse, Barrett just has to “wear it.”» —“Ozzie’s Sox ‘family’ shares the love” by Chris De Luca Chicago Sun-Times May 21, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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