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Randy Arozarena glorifies God as Tampa Bay Rays move closer to World Series

Christian Post Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Upon beating the Yankees and clinching a berth in the ALCS, he posted an image on Instagram with a caption that read, “God is great” (translated from Spanish).
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