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Manny Hopes To Play Six More Years

Red Sox slugger Manny Ramirez expressed no discomfort with his contract situation (Boston has $20MM options for 2009 and 2010). "They're not stupid," he said of his bosses in the Sox front office. "They know. They know I can play and I'm ready. That's it. I'm going to get the two options, then I'm going to get a four-year deal. I'm just going to go and get it." That would have Manny retiring at the age of 42. "Age is just a number," he added.

Sarah Green writes for the Boston Metro and UmpBump.com. She can be reached here.


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