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    Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    He saved a man from choking at a Pittsburgh restaurant.

    http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/blog/ey...-in-pittsburgh

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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    That's pretty cool. Good job Todd!
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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    Elton John and The Fray wrote songs about it.
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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    But if it was a man from Pittsburgh, shouldn't we be disappointed in him? Jk ldo.

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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    Nice work, Todd.

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    Do they teach that at Spring Training? Seriously though i am proud of him.
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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    A standing ovation was recommended by Sheldon.....anyone know if that happened?
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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    Pretty neat stuff. The kid responded with two big hits. I like.
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    Re: Todd Frazier saves a man's life

    John Fay's piece on Frazier's Heimlich Maneuver was picked up by USA Today.
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