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Author Bruce Spitzer signs copies of ‘Extra Innings’

Jay Connor for The Boston Globe

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The night before the big celebration at Fenway, author Bruce Spitzer (second from left) was at the park’s Bleacher Bar, signing copies of his novel “Extra Innings,’’ whose plot involves the resurrection of cryogenically frozen Sox slugger Ted Williams. Pictured with Spitzer are Mimie Winston (left) of Winston Flowers and Rosemary and Jim Lonborg.

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