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La Esquina: The Latin baseball blog
The rise of the Latino player in baseball has been well-documented: Last year, more than 150 major leaguers hailed from Spanish-speaking countries. But the players themselves haven't received as much coverage. We aim to change that with La Esquina Caliente (The Hot Corner, for you non-Spanish speakers), Insider's new blog devoted to all things involving Latino ballplayers. We'll follow the international amateur signing market and spotlight current Latino big leaguers. We'll also offer news and lighter, offbeat items. Think of it as your place to talk Latino baseball on the Web.