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Agent for Burnett and Lee Is 2-0, and Counting

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Nobody has had a better World Series so far than a former pitcher with a 5.55 earned run average in his only season as a Montreal Expos farmhand. He is Darek Braunecker, 39, and as he strode through the tunnel between the clubhouses at Yankee Stadium early Friday morning, he was the only person fully satisfied with the outcome of both games.

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