The Impunity of “El Chueco”: Killing an American Teacher, Kidnapping for Losing in Baseball and Murdering Jesuits

The Impunity of “El Chueco”: Killing an American Teacher, Kidnapping for Losing in Baseball and Murdering Jesuits

El Chueco is credited with being responsible for other homicides and organized crime 8 Photo: File) The Assassination of Jesuit Priests Javier Campos Morales Yes Joaquin Cesar Mora Salazar, with the tourist guide Pedro Eliodoro Palma This is not the only fact attributed to José Noriel Portillo Gil, the crooksince he is found responsible for … Read more

The Mexicans, on fire with the wood in MLB

The Mexicans, on fire with the wood in MLB

The 2022 Major League Baseball season has been somewhat atypical for Mexican playersbecause despite the fact that our country is used to having a greater number of referents on the mound, now the mexicans monopolize the spotlight in the batting box. Whether hitting a grand slam or hitting three home runs against the Yankees, players … Read more

MLB: How much do major league umpires pay? | baseball 123

MLB: How much do major league umpires pay?  |  baseball 123

Harold Capote Fernandez Last Tuesday, the 21st, in the duel between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Chicago White Sox, a truly disappointing performance could be seen from the main referee, Doug Eddings, who was quite erratic when condemning the balls and strikes; the annoyance of the sluggers of both castes was more than evident. … Read more

Jonathan Aranda, a native of Tijuana, made a unique debut as a Mexican in the major leagues with the Tampa Bay Rays

Tijuana native Jonathan Aranda made history Friday when he appeared in the major leagues with the Tampa Bay Rays, becoming the first Mexican-born player to start his first game at bat in his first game. with an unstoppable career producer. 1 Related Aranda, who made his debut at the age of 24 years and 32 … Read more

Adolis Garcia put it at 423 feet

Adolis Garcia put it at 423 feet

Despite falling the minimum 2×1 against the Washington Nationals, the Texas Rangers were saved from the arrow thanks to the solo home run of Cuban Adolis García, who printed with all his might to put the ball 423 feet from the marble in a discreet day for the West Indians in the MLB. After going … Read more