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There is no end to it in sports, there is always just a new doctor saying he can do things that nobody else can, trust him. So now the feds in this country and Canada have Dr. Tony Galea of Canada, known as the "Miracle Man," as a person of interest. Our feds have now talked to Carlos Beltran about him and Jose Reyes and very much want to talk to Alex Rodriguez, who...

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