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The W - Baseball - Big trouble in Minnesota
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edoug
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Since: 13.2.04
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Johann Santana made ominous comments that Minnesotans probably could do without especially after the Garnetttrade.

"You always talk about future, future. ... But if you only worry about the future, then I guess a lot of us won't be part of it,"

Santana is really upset and the statement above isn't even the most volatile

http://www.startribune.com/179/story/1336318.html

ps How much of an interview or newspaper articles or that kind of thing can someone use before it's considered plagiarism?

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if it's cited, like you did, you shouldn't have a problem. It's when you take someone else's work and claim it as your own is when you run into problems.
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