During the Time of COVID-19, Player Pay and Job Security Not Minor Issues for Many Latino Pro Baseball Players
The vast majority of ballplayers —who toil with teams connected and not connected to MLB clubs in hopes of reaching the majors— are playing in a much different economic playing field.
The Fluffy Phenomenon: How Gabriel Iglesias Makes All of Us Laugh
The Southern California native is the six highest-paid comedian in the United States.
Why Boston Red Sox Manager Alex Cora Deserves All the Accolades for a World Series Victory
A bilingual/bicultural manager takes center stage.
Make No Mistake, This Year’s REAL March Madness Is the World Baseball Classic
It’s 2017, mi gente, and that baseball-is-the-national-pastime stuff is dead.