Bowa “turned off” by Ramirez

The reactions all around the Dodgers clubhouse have been marked by sadness, disbelief and disappointment. All though, made it clear they felt badly for Manny Ramirez and the pain he’s caused himself and the team.

Dodgers third base coach Larry Bowa, never one to hide his emotions, wasn’t quite as forgiving.

“I’m turned off by players who try to test the system, it just doesn’t make sense,” Bowa said. “I get along with him, and I will get along with him (Ramirez), just like I got along with A-Rod.

“But I’m turned off by players who test the system.”

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