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The Road to Glory

World Series, Game 1. 50 degrees and cloudy by Lake Erie. I wish they’d start at least one Fall Classic matchup before 8:00 pm. I bet the fans in Cleveland and Chicago do, too. The only Venezuelan news of note … 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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¿Quien es mas macho?

We of a certain age remember a funny game-show-themed skit from the original Saturday Night Live entitled “Quien es Mas Macho?” where contestants had to decide which Latino star best exemplified male bravado: “Quien es mas macho: Ricardo Montalban o Ricky Ricardo?” The … Continue reading

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Finish What Ya Started?

Today’s title comes from a post-David-Lee-Roth Van Halen song, apparently inspired by Sammy Hagar’s nocturnal marital activities, which no one need delve into too deeply. We are a family blog, after all. But–Carlos Carrasco, what the heck? He’s just signed … Continue reading

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Farewell to the Orange Jhoulys

The MLB season is just two days old, and already we’ve seen King Félix Hernández work his usual opening-day magic, this time against the Angels of Anaheim. He gave up a first-inning homer to budding star Mike Trout, then wickedly denied his division … Continue reading

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