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Diane Baker said when her husband, Wayne, heard the news Tuesday that baseball legend Harmon Killebrew had passed away, he turned to her with tears welling in his eyes. “‘My hero is gone,’” she said. “That’s what he told me. Harmon really was Wayne’s hero, so it’s a real honor for us to be here.”
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