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Down to the Wire

Is Williams Pérez the next Big Sexy? There are three weeks to go in the MLB season. With ten playoff positions in the offing, there’s plenty to play for, and a number of Venezuelans are in the mix. In the … Continue reading

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not

As the July 12 All-Star Break approaches, we take a look at Venezuelans who’ve been noteworthy, for better or worse, this season: Good: Jose  Altuve, Houston. After a slightly slow start the mighty mite of Maracay is posting MVP-like numbers, … Continue reading

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The Emperor Wears No Clothes

King Felix Hernandez survives a spotty outing to win his first decision of 2016. Continue reading

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Opening Days and Nights

MLB has probably trademarked the phrases Opening Day, Opening Night, and Opening Weekend. Let’s have a quick look at the first couple of days of baseball season. Félix Hernández started his ninth opening day for the Mariners, a number which … Continue reading

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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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