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    Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    in just a minute. it's on ESPN2 as well.
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    Re: Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    not a bad interview. Narron kind of impressed me.
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    Re: Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    what did he say?
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    Re: Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    Quote Originally Posted by lollipopcurve
    what did he say?
    pretty much what we heard last night. nothing really newsworthy. I just thought he did a nice job with his answers, he conducted himself very well. He didn't even mention Royce Clayton. It was all about pitching for the most part. He also sounding like he really liked Adam Dunn. I don't think that guy is going anywhere, anytime soon.
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    Re: Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    Quote Originally Posted by Jpup
    He also sounding like he really liked Adam Dunn. I don't think that guy is going anywhere, anytime soon.
    I've had that feeling too listening to him talk about Dunn and reading what he has said about him. Even when Dunn was struggling he kept the praise up. So either he really likes him or he's really shoveling the manure.
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    Re: Jerry Narron on ESPN radio

    Does Dunn know how to play the game the right way and all that?
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