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Bill Clinton aides unhappy with Yanks' Strawberry

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly released documents from President Bill Clinton's administration show that White House officials were watching how the New York Yankees were handling a newly signed outfielder. A June 1995 memo to Clinton from chief of staff Rahm Emanuel sheds light on the White House's interest in Darryl Strawberry. The slugger had substance abuse problems during his baseball career. The...

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