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Nostalgia now Canseco's biggest draw

Game isn't pretty but player/manager for Yuma still worth a look

Updated: July 7, 2011, 10:58 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

ZION, Ill. -- With two on, two out and his team down four runs in the ninth inning, Jose Canseco was battling.

Steve Grife, a former Chicago Cubs farmhand now pitching in relief for Lake County Fielders of the very literally named North American League, was throwing low 90s fastballs right over the plate. A hacker's dream.

But Canseco couldn't catch up, fouling off pitches, one after another.

He just turned 47. Though still jacked and tan, age has caught up to him.

After ...

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