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When Mickey McDermott came up with the Red Sox at 19, the buzz was that his 100-mph fastball could make his the greatest southpaw ever. But McDermott took his eye off the ball to have a ball. His focus became booze, broads and baseball (in that order) before he struck it rich in 1991 by winning $7 million in the Arizona State Lottery.

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