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An accountancy practice <a href=" http://efukt.fun/#disposal ">efukt.com</a> As recently as Sept. 10, A-Rod was batting .301 after 29 games. Now, his average is down to .244 and aside from running into an occasional misplaced fastball, like the one he hit off Giants middle reliever George Kontos on Sept. 20 for the grand slam that catapulted him past Lou Gehrig into first place on the all-time list, it was clear he could not sustain any extended batting prowess. The legs — the same ones that prevented him from playing any more third base a couple of weeks earlier — were betraying him, to the point that now he needed out of the lineup altogether.

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