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Byline: Dale Hofmann
MILWAUKEE _ Dave Stewart was all talked out Thursday. He was no longer in the mood to blame anybody for anything, and if he had been, it wouldn't have been the commissioner of baseball.
That didn't change the fact that he was being introduced as the Milwaukee Brewers' new pitching coach on a day when he would more logically have been trotted out as the Toronto Blue Jays' new general manager.
He had prepared himself for the second job while working as the Blue Jays' assistant general manager for four years, acquiring every qualification necessary except for a white skin. That must be important because 29 of major-league …