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Does Grady Sizemore of the Cleveland Indians have a tattoo?

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2008-07-28 03:49:18
2008-07-28 03:49:18

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No, you are thinking of Grady Sizemore of the Cleveland Indians MLB team.

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If he does, it isn't under the name Grady Sizemore. Some of the other Cleveland players have one, but they will not add you unless they know you personally.

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