• Tejada returns to roots in Caribbean Series

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Feb 7, 2013
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    • Caribbean Series may return to Miami

      Caribbean Baseball Confederation president Juan Francisco Puello Herrera would like to see the Caribbean Series return to Miami and is in talks with the Marlins about utilizing their new stadium in Little Havana, Puello confirmed to MLB.com on Thursday.
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    • Caribbean Series returns to Venezuela in 2014

      In 2014, the Caribbean Series returns to Margarita, a large island on the northeast coast of Venezuela and home to Estadio Guatamare, the ballpark that first hosted the event in 2010.
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    • KC's Mendoza named MVP of Caribbean Series

      Kansas City Royals pitcher Luis Mendoza, who delivered 13 1/3 scoreless innings for Mexico in the Caribbean Series, was named the Most Valuable Player of the six-game, double-round-robin portion on Thursday.
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    • Host Mexico to face DR for Caribbean Series title

      Luis Mendoza twirled a gem, flirting with a no-hitter as Mexico toppled Puerto Rico, 10-0, on Wednesday to set up a showdown against the Dominican Republic for the Caribbean Series title on Thursday in Hermosillo, Mexico.
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  • American players adjust to Caribbean leagues

    A long list of American-born players happily play winter ball in foreign, Spanish-speaking lands, putting up with the lesser conditions, struggling with the language barrier, navigating through the political mess and, mostly, embracing a culture where b…
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