Sergio Romo On Not Being Accepted by Mexican or American Kids When He Was Growing Up

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Oakland Athletics relief pitcher Sergio Romo talks about being rejected by both his Mexican and American peers, including how he "got told to go back a lot." He also explains why he's grateful for his father's lessons on how to be proud of his heritage.

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