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Luis Tiant with his wife, Maria, before Saturday's screening of 'The Lost Son of Havana' in Somerville. Luis Tiant with his wife, Maria, before Saturday's screening of "The Lost Son of Havana" in Somerville. (Boston Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
April 27, 2009

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Turns out Luis Tiant is as captivating on the big screen as he was on the mound. The former Sox pitcher is lights out in "The Lost Son of Havana," a poignant new pic that premiered this weekend at the Independent Film Festival Boston. Produced by Peter and Bobby Farrelly , along with Quincy native Kris Meyer , the documentary ... (Full article: 842 words)

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