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Nelson Cruz Childhood Glove
Dominican Players Give Back to Their Community | El Bullpen for May 22nd, 2020
Nationals’ Fearless Juan Soto used app to showcase dynamic personality
Vladimir Guerrero’s bat spoke all of the world’s languages
Will Manny Ramirez push closer to Hall of Fame induction? Let’s see
Nationals’ Childish Bambino Juan Soto trolls Bregman and Astros with home run trot
WASHINGTON – When Víctor Robles crossed home plate following his home run Monday night, he tipped his batting helmet to the crowd, took part in a dugout dance party and then kissed a stuffed shark. Hit a dinger.Dance.Kiss the shark. pic.twitter.com/sohwvX
As the NLCS shifts to the Nationals home park a young Latino outfielder has the eyes of the baseball world upon him. As Juan Soto begins his career we look back at arguably the greatest outfielder in the history of the Nationals/Expos franchise, Vladimir
St. Louis – As the Cardinals took the field to begin the top half of the first inning in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series, left fielder Marcell Ozuna stopped at the first-base line about 20 feet behind the bag. He crouched down and wrote
Juan Soto came up with the biggest hit of his career Tuesday night. He’s been coming up big a lot the last two years building a resume for the ages.
His family wasn’t in the stands on the night Albert Pujols hit his historic 499th and 500th home runs. They were with him in spirit as he rounded the bases, though. Watch this video to learn how Pujols always has his family with him while he’s playing. Re
When players look for plátano power in Boston, there’s one restaurant that’s been dishing out the best cuisine for years. Watch this video to learn more about Merengue restaurant. Related Ortiz incident rattles Yankees, MLB