1. Sammy Sosa coupled his astonishing home run total with a career.
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2. Sammy Sosa started the 2007 season as the Rangers' designated hitter and occasional right fielder.
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6. Sammy Sosa hit his first career home run off Roger Clemens.
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8. Sammy Sosa is one of nine players in MLB history to hit 600 career home runs.
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17. In 2009, former MLB slugger Sammy Sosa appeared at a music awards show sporting a much lighter complexion than he had just months earlier.
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25. Sammy Sosa took baseball by storm, along with Mark McGwire, during their epic home run battle in 1998.
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30. The New York Times claimed in 2009 Sammy Sosa was one of a hundred players who had tested positive under the anonymous survey tests done in 2003.
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31. Sammy Sosa denied that he had ever used performance-enhancing drugs and said that he had never tested positive after the Major League Baseball began testing and penalizing players.
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40. Sammy Sosa was traded to the Chicago Cubs for outfielder George Bell in 1992.
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41. Sammy Sosa played with four Major League Baseball teams over his career, which spanned from 1989 to 2007.
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45. In 1986, Sammy Sosa left the Dominican Republic and arrived in Sarasota, Florida.
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46. Sammy Sosa blasted four homers in a three-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers, taking his total to 62 and tying McGwire.
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52. In 1986 Sammy Sosa left the Dominican Republic and arrived in Sarasota, Florida.
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54. In 2003 Sammy Sosa recovered from a bat-corking incident to lead the Chicago Cubs deep into the playoffs.
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56. Sammy Sosa went to the United States in 1986 to play baseball for a minor league team in Florida.
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62. In an interview with ESPN Deportes, Sammy Sosa said he would "calmly wait" for his induction into baseball's Hall of Fame, for which he became eligible in 2013.
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65. On May 28, 2008, Sammy Sosa announced that he instructed his agent not to offer his services to any MLB team for the 2008 season, and planned on filing for retirement, but never did.
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67. On June 20, 2007, Sammy Sosa hit a home run off of Jason Marquis during an inter-league game against the Chicago Cubs.
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71. In May 2004, Sammy Sosa suffered an odd injury while sitting next to his locker chatting with reporters before a game in San Diego's Petco Park.
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74. In the 1999 season, Sammy Sosa hit 63 home runs, again trailing Mark McGwire, who hit 65.
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