Mexican Baseball Gloves

    mexican baseball
  • The Mexican League (Liga Mexicana de Beisbol) is a summer minor league baseball league with teams based across Mexico. Along with the International League and the Pacific Coast League, it is one of three leagues playing at the Triple-A level, which is one step below Major League Baseball.
    gloves
  • boxing glove: boxing equipment consisting of big and padded coverings for the fists of the fighters; worn for the sport of boxing
  • A covering for the hand worn for protection against cold or dirt and typically having separate parts for each finger and the thumb
  • (glove) handwear: covers the hand and wrist
  • A padded protective covering for the hand used in boxing, baseball, and other sports
  • baseball glove: the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball
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Mexican Raiders in the Major Leagues: The Pasquel Brothers Vs Organized Baseball 1946
Mexican Raiders in the Major Leagues: The Pasquel Brothers Vs Organized Baseball 1946
In 1946 American baseball was a shadow of its former self. In the wake of depression and war, attendance had spiraled down. Management was at odds with players, and some began to wonder if there might be other career options. Enter the five Pasquel brothers from Mexico. Armed with promises of wealth and stardom, the Pasquels recruited 23 players away from American teams. For most, it was the beginning of the end of their careers. Mexican baseball wasn’t the picture the Pasquels painted, and the players were not given a cheerful welcome home. This book tells the story of the 1946 exodus to Mexican baseball, setting the stage with chapters on change and war in the U.S., player-management issues that clouded baseball’s recovery, and a history of the Mexican “outlaw” league. Chapters then delve into the stories of 23 players who took their bats and gloves south of the border. The author unravels lawsuits that followed the players’ five-year ban from American baseball, and concludes with the career outcomes for players after they returned home.

Dad's Pinata!
Dad's Pinata!
This was Dad's Birthday Present! I packed the box with all these goodies he likes and then added ALOT of confetti, small candy and all the tissue paper! He said "If I had a baseball bat and hit it, it would be a Pinata!" LOL He liked everything! GREAT! :) HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD!!!!!
Glove05
Glove05
My beloved RDZ
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Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles (Images of Baseball)
Images of Baseball: Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles celebrates the flourishing culture of the great pastime in East Los Angeles and other communities where a strong sense of Mexican identity and pride was fostered in a sporting atmosphere of both fierce athleticism and social celebration. From 1900, with the establishment of the Mexican immigrant community, to the rise of Fernandomania in the 1980s, baseball diamonds in greater Los Angeles were both proving grounds for youth as they entered their educations and careers, and the foundation for the talented Forty-Sixty Club, comprised of players of at least 40, and often over 60, years of age. These evocative photographs look back on the great Mexican American teams and players of the 20th century, including the famous Chorizeros--the proclaimed "Yankees of East L.A."