Everyone Should Know About These Latino MLB Legends
One would think there’s nothing coming out of the dusty plains in the tiny village of Etchohuaquila, outside small town Navojoa, in Sonora, Mexico. But from there came a young man who took MLB by storm in 1980, Fernando “El Toro” Valenzuela, who became an impressive media phenom desperately needed by a league undergoing a major hiccup when struggles between management and the Players’ Union caused a strike in the middle of the season, and many fans showed their dislike shunning the stands.
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