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Different Ball Throws Verlander

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander's resume includes two no-hitters, one MVP award and one Cy Young. The sight of a large, menacing hitter wielding a bat does not unnerve him in the least, nor does a loud and hostile baseball crowd.

Even so, Verlander's next sporting quest - his debut in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am this week...

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