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Angels fire hitting coach Mickey Hatcher

Ex-Twin Mickey Hatcher has been fired as the hitting coach of the Los Angeles Angels. He was let go after superstar slugger Albert Pujols and many of his teammates got off to a slow start this season.
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Ex-Twin Mickey Hatcher has been fired as the hitting coach of the Los Angeles Angels. He was let go after superstar slugger Albert Pujols and many of his teammates got off to a slow start this season.

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