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August 9, 2012 5:00 AM

Bob Lutz: Midlothian’s Minas was an NBC World Series fixture

Howie Minas, a roly-poly fireball of a man who talked so fast you had to play close attention, died last month. And a part of the NBC World Series went with him.

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