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Venezuelans Gone Wild

Many of you know I don’t like the Wild Card format. To me, it cheapens the playoffs and begs the question, “what is this, hockey?” (10 of 30 MLB teams can now qualify for some sort of playoff spot.) But … Continue reading

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Do the Right Thing: Table for 47

It’s often said the professional athletes earn too much money and that society should focus its resources on other things, like education and housing. But sometimes these millionaire ballplayers do the right thing with their cash. Take Martín Prado of the … Continue reading

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Mora! Mora! Mora!

This week, Melvin Mora of Agua Negra, Yaracuy State, was elected to the Baltimore Orioles’ Hall of Fame. That’s not a bad place to be; the O’s have a storied history with 10 members in the big Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. … Continue reading

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