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Brand-New Jays Turn to an Old Hand

Reuters

Everything old is new again.

Again.

It’s not Cito Gaston 2.0, but John Gibbons 2.0.

Gibbons, who managed the Blue Jays for parts of five seasons from 2004 to 2008, will be introduced Tuesday morning as their next manager.

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