Slugger Sosa Apologizes for Using Illegal Bat

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Chicago Cubs outfielder Sammy Sosa apologizes to fans following his ejection from a game Tuesday night after cork was discovered in his bat. The violation of Major League Baseball rules could taint Sosa's legacy as one of baseball's greatest sluggers. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.



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