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STORYMarty Barrett was an anchor in the Boston lineup from 1984-1988 but usually his home-run hacks only came in batting practice as shown in this 1989 Topps card. A knee injury limited Barrett to 86 games that year, and he went yard once. He also stole the final base of his career.
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