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Murphy speaks on steroids, Romney campaign before Knights game

Former Atlanta Braves slugger and two-time National League Most Valuable Player Dale Murphy was in Fort Mill Friday to sign autographs and throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Charlotte Knights-Gwinett Braves game.

Murphy says he likes the progress Major League Baseball has made in fighting the use of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs.

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He says his family knows probable Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s family and says the former Massachusetts governor has what it takes to be president.

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Murphy is in his last year of eligibility for the Baseball Hall of Fame.  He says there’s a spot somewhere for him, and he’ll be thankful if it happens.

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