1. New York Yankees Fans: Que Pasa, Derek Jeter?

    John Lennon once sang, "New York City...back in New York City...New York City...Que pasa, New York?...Que pasa, New York?" Lennon wrote that song in a tribute to his new hometown when he moved in September 1971 with Yoko Ono from Ole England...

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  2. Roberto Clemente: What Would Have Happened 50 Years Later ?

    Fifty years ago the Pittsburgh Pirates won one of the most sensational World Series in major league baseball history...

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  3. New York Yankees: Has the Media Forgotten About Robinson Cano?

    These days, everyone is writing and talking about Derek Jeter. Every column is about how much green and time he will be contracted. No doubt, the future Hall of Famer will retire as a member of the Bronx Bombers...

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  4. New York Yankees Have a Gold and Silver Latino Man in Robinson Cano

    Latino names such as Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols, Carlos Gonzalez and Ubaldo Jimenez were among the headline grabbers this past 2010 season. Always, Manny will be Manny...

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  5. David Price, Tampa Bay Rays: Still Have Chance to Shine in 2010

    These days, baseball fans in Tampa are on uncertain and unpredictable land. The free agent market frenzy has begun and the Rays ownership has been very clear that they will be ...

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  6. Edwin Rodriguez, Florida Marlins: New Icon in Puerto Rico

    Edwin Rodriguez is the new icon in Puerto Rico. It does not matter he was re-signed by the Florida Marlins for only one year...

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  7. Texas Rangers Nelson Cruz among Best Latinos Ever in Postseason

    Texas Ranger outfielder Nelson Cruz has not stopped his torrid hitting, and with not much hoopla, he set a new postseason record in Game 3 Saturday night against the San Francisco Giants...

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  8. Texas Rangers: Bengie Molina's World Series Dream

    This season we will have one of the most unpredictable World Series ever. The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants...

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  9. The Top Latinos in MLB's Championship Series

    The League Championship Series are under way between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers in the American League and the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants in the National League...

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  10. The Top Latinos in MLB's Division Series

    The division series are under way and stealing a Yogi Berra’s phrase, "It’s not over until you win three." It has become customary to see Latino players every year excel in a single moment or throughout a whole series...

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  11. Edwin Rodriguez Deserves To Be the Marlins' Manager in 2011

    Let me be straight right off the bat. Edwin Rodriguez should not have left Sun Life Stadium in Miami last Sunday without word as to whether he will remain at the helm of the Florida Marlins next season...

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  12. Miguel Cabrera, Albert Pujols Lead 2010 Latino MLB Awards

    The 2010 regular season is over, and it's time to enjoy the ride toward the Fall Classic. I will not give any over-analyzed forecasts...

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  13. Andres Torres: A Name That Should Be Known

    Buster Posey and Tim Lincecum are the big names in Giants territory. Newcomers Jose Guillen and Cody Ross are the new fan favorites. However, the man right now red hot in San Francisco with his bat is Andres Torres...

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  14. Dan Uggla: Florida Marlins' Man Of The Moment

    In Miami the talk of the town continues to be its Heat’s "Big Three." If anyone had been in another planet of late, we are talking about the trio of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh...

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  15. Ozzie Guillen: Spokesman For MLB Latinos?

    Ozzie Guillen next rant should be against the National Football League. The Chicago White Sox fiery manager should speak not only for Latinos but in defense of all baseball. A sort of spokesman for MLB...

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  16. New York Mets: Can Angel Pagan Replace Carlos Beltran?

    Most of the time when we read about Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez it is about some sort of new record or history in the making...

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  17. 2010 MLB Trade Deadline Rumors: Jorge Cantu, a Texas Ranger?

    No matter that the Florida Marlins have won eight out of their last 10 games, it looks like they are sellers. No east division pennant or National League wild-card dreams...

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  18. Edgar Martinez Belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011

    This summer there is no reason to be cheery in Seattle. The Mariners have the second worst record in the American League, and the roster will probably go through changes as they should be sellers over the next few days with the trade deadline looming...

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  19. Roberto Alomar: Next To the Hall of Fame in 2011

    These days in Montreal, baseball fans have a reason to cheer for the very first time since the Expos left town to Washington D.C. to become the Nationals. One of the greats in Expos history will be inducted finally into Cooperstown's Hall of Fame...

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  20. A Florida Marlins Old-Timers Day?

    The New York Yankees celebrated their 64th Old-Timer's day last Saturday before its game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Maybe it's time after 18 seasons that the Marlins franchise start thinking about their own "Old-Timer's" day...

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  21. Carlos Delgado Missed Golden Opportunity

    The second half of the Major League Baseball season began Thursday night, and many in Puerto Rico are with a lot of good expectations...

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  22. 2011 MLB All-Star Game in Arizona: Let It Be

    In 1997 Major League Baseball in conjunction with then the Classic Sports Network, today ESPN Classic, choose what was called the Major League Baseball All-Time Team...

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  23. 2010 MLB Latino Mid-Season Awards

    The 2010 season has reached its historically midway point of its schedule, making the perfect moment for this year Mid-Season Awards. Disregard the predictions written back in April...

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  24. MLB All-Star Game: Time for a Change

    Major League Baseball will be celebrating its 81st annual All-Star Game on July 13th in Angel Stadium of Anaheim...

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  25. Yadier Molina: The Lone Puerto Rican in the 2010 All-Star Game

    This upcoming 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Yadier Molina will be the lone Puerto Rican shining with the best of the best in Anaheim...

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