Everyone Should Know About These Latino MLB Legends
Impossible not to notice those furry whiskers on super legend Luis Tiant, a formidable lefty pitcher originally from Cuba who made his prowess in MLB for a good 19 years, mainly with Cleveland and Boston. He was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 1997, although he never got enough votes for Cooperstown. After a convincing start in his career, Tiant suffered an injury in his throwing arm forcing him to make a seemingly minor adjustment in the windup, but enough to have batters wondering what had just zipped by them. He led the Majors with a 1.60 ERA (earned run average, per every nine innings), amazing!
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