Monthly Archives: March 2016

Keep on the Sunny (South) Side

The Chicago White Sox finished fourth out of five teams in the AL Central last season, 10 games under .500, 19 games behind the champion Royals, and a scant one game ahead of last-place Detroit. For Southside outfielder Avisail García, … Continue reading

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The Sox Have It

American League East: 2015, last place: Boston Red Sox We end our summary of the junior circuit’s Venezuelan contingent with last season’s bottom feeders, the BoSox. On the crest of three recent World Series titles, the Sawx fell flat on … Continue reading

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My shortest blog entry, ever

American League East, 3rd and 4th places. Neither the Tampa Bay Rays nor the Baltimore Orioles have any Venezuelan players.

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A Yanqui from La Guiara

Our season profile of Venezuelans in MLB moves to the AL-East second-place New York Yankees. Jose Vicente Campos, a young right-hander, is currently the only criollo with a chance to make last year’s AL East runners-up, the Yankees. With an … Continue reading

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The Book on Ezequiel

Toronto, Ontario. Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentiles, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and make thee bread thereof, according to the number of the days that thou shalt lie … Continue reading

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Spring Countdown

Venezuelans dominate Caribbean Series and prep for April MLB kick-off. Continue reading

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