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Originally Published: October 2, 2006

DETROIT — Jim Leyland walks past the sidewalk sweepers and the minimum wagers, past cleaning crews, bellmen and valet parkers. He walks past his people, the working men and women, crossing Monroe Street without breaking stride.

Leon Halip/WireImage.comJim Leyland learned to work hard and push to be the best from his father. It's a lesson he's adapted into his own winning coaching style.

It's a short hike from the hotel where he spends his nights to the ballpark where he spends his ...

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