Everyone Should Know About These Latino MLB Legends
His best years were with the Yankees, starting 4 straight WS. But he was traded to Montreal for the 2003 season, although he never played with the Canadian team due to surgery in his throwing shoulder. Eventually, he was resigned by New York in 2004 and made it to the LCS, before losing to the Boston Red Sox, which ended an extended drought winning it all that year. In 2005, with Chicago, El Duque helped the so-called “second team, second city” finish their WS dry spell since 1917 by sweeping the Houston Astros. He played – both in the majors and minors – with a handful of teams before calling it quits definitely in 2011.
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