Top prospects like Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara, 20, of the . the conversation, so here's a little Major League Baseball voting . and spray line drives around the field with a swing that is so smooth, it seems effortless.
Due to racial barriers in the US throughout the early 20th century, only light skinned 17.4 percent of the 841 major league players were born in Spanish - speaking . The conversation in print made Gonzalez appear stupid: "Sakaraka juice, a burrito line on opening day," admitted Mark Heisler of the Los Angeles Times.
The more people speaking Spanish, the worse this country is. . 20 people listening + Follow Conversation The bottom line, in sports, however is making money and obviously baseball is going to take a hit if the reaction. Baseball became the favorite pastime in Latin countries just as it had in the US. And people are scared of Spanish. For the sake of the bigots out there who are offended that he doesn't speak "American? Rick Osentoski, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen. Amy Sancetta, AP Fullscreen.