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Thursday, March 2
The Mets are investing in Latin talent as part of their attempt to take over the National League.
Wednesday, March 1
Batista: Native roots
Although many Latin players are far from home, they still find ways to retain their cultural identities.
Now hear this ...
Spanish-language baseball broadcasts capture the passion and emotion of the game.
Tuesday, February 28
Marichal: A true pioneer
Latin Americans have become prominent and dominant in baseball -- but it wasn't always that way.
Gallery: Latino legends
Latin Americans have made immense contributions to baseball and left an indelible mark on the game.
Olney: Where is the love?
Minnie Minoso was locked out of the Hall of Fame again, but there should be place for him in Cooperstown.
Stark: Cultural evolution
Baseball isn't just America's pastime. It has become Latin America's sport. Story
Fish: A new day
Latinos are rising in stature and becoming much more marketable. Story
Neyer: Dream team
There have been some great Latino players over the last 25 years. Here are the best at each position. Story
Stark: Classic focus
The Dominican Republic and Venezuela have more at stake than baseball in the World Baseball Classic.
Marichal: A whole new world
The game has made great strides in its treatment of Latin-born players.
Cepeda: Born to play
Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda is grateful for the life and recognition baseball has given him.
Marichal: Opening doors
Hall of Famer Juan Marichal helped pave the way for today's generation.
Aparicio: Family values
Hall of Famer Luis Aparicio describes his upbringing in Venezuela and how he developed a love for the game.
Perez: Dream come true
Hall of Famer Tony Perez shares some of his experiences in the major leagues.
Marichal: Anything is possible
Hall of Famer Juan Marichal details his journey from humble beginnings to the big leagues.