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2014 Salvator Mile (G3)

Date/Track:
7/6/2014, Monmouth Park
Post Time:
5:13 PM ET
Distance:
1 mile (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
1:34.40
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  • hearnimal · i dont know why they bat ellsbury third i know they have brett gardner but ellsbury is a leadoff guy and always will be. Mookie Betts is the new talent we got Christian Vasquez in the minors too, As Far as young players were good oh ya forgot about Rubby De la rosa · 727 days ago
  • hearnimal · and paying Stephen Drew 10 mil for a tiny bit over half season to bat under 200 with good glove was the biggest mistake cherrington has made this year · 727 days ago

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