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1. Dominican Republic Expatriate

1. Dominican Republic Expatriate Baseball Players in Japan: Alfonso Soriano, Julio Franco, Tony Fernández, Balvino Galvez, Timo Pérez, Ramón Ortiz
Paperback: 162 Pages (2010-09-15)
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Asin: 1155348990
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Chapters: Alfonso Soriano, Julio Franco, Tony Fernández, Balvino Galvez, Timo Pérez, Ramón Ortiz, Tony Batista, Winston Abreu, Wilson Valdez, Mariano Duncan, Esteban Yan, José Ortiz, José Núñez, Héctor Carrasco, Winston Llenas, Matty Alou, José Vidal, Robinson Checo, Domingo Martínez, Francisco Cabrera, Ramón Ramírez (Pitcher, Born 1981), Eulogio de La Cruz, Arquimedez Pozo, Juan Morillo, Joselo Díaz, Erick Almonte, José Fernández, Héctor Almonte, Nerio Rodríguez, Bernardo Brito, Domingo Guzmán, Rudy Pemberton, Luis de Los Santos, José Parra, Félix Díaz, Luis Ortiz, Nelson Liriano, Rafael Batista, Franklyn Gracesqui, Carlos Valdez, Yorkis Pérez, Denny González, Freddy García, Julio Santana, Tomás de La Rosa, Ben Rivera, Ramón Tatís, Santiago Ramírez, Wirfin Obispo. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 160. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Alfonso Soriano (born January 7, 1976, in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic) is a professional Major League Baseball outfielder for the Chicago Cubs. He previously played for the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Washington Nationals. He played primarily as a second baseman for the Yankees and Rangers. He bats right-handed, and has batted as a lead-off hitter for most of his career. Soriano began his professional baseball career in Japan with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, training at their Carp Academy for Dominican players. In 1997, he was promoted briefly to the varsity team, and, wearing uniform number 74, he appeared in nine games, batting .118 (2 for 17) with two walks. In 1997, Soriano earned a salary of $40,000. Soriano finished his career in Japan by retiring from his contract and signing as a free agent with the New York Yankees, using a loophole that had previously been used by Hideo Nomo. Soriano signed as a free agent with the New York...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=609471 ... Read more


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