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Opening Day 2020 Did Not Disappoint
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World Series Hero Luis Gonzalez and Why Opening Day 2020 is Unlike Any Other
The 2019 season was another exciting year for Latino baseball. From bat flips to pitching duels, down to first-time World Series champions, the Astros and Nationals closed out the baseball decade in a big way. Through the La Vida Baseball Awards, we soug
When I was asked by my editor to write about the Latino MVP for 2019, Anthony Rendon immediately came to mind. After all, the Mexican American third baseman slashed a cool .319/.412/.598 with 34 homers and a league-leading 44 doubles and 126 RBI. However
La Vida Baseball’s 2019 Player of the Year is more than just a baseball superstar
Roberto Clemente was a giant on the field and even greater off the field. On the 47th anniversary of his death, we remember the Great One's impact.
La Vida Baseball says Hello to 2020 with the ultimate list of 20 things that should make this year special for Latino fans and players.
The La Vida Baseball Awards are our annual way to celebrate the best in Latino baseball from the 2019 season, on and off the field. For the third consecutive year we’re honoring the best style, smile, hustle and heart we’ve seen from Latino players across