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Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin is not a candidate to become the Cincinnati Reds manager. Dick Williams, president of baseball operations said Tuesday that Larkin prefers to remain in his current role of helping develop minor league players. A Cincinnati native, Larkin spent his 19-year big...
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