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Last Thursday in a raucous estadio in Havana, Fidel Castro earned a victory cigar and Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez entered the pantheon of politicians who couldn't back up their smack. Chávez capped a four-day...
February 06, 2012 | THOMAS LAKE
IN CRIME-RIDDEN VENEZUELA, EVERY CELEBRITY IS A POTENTIAL TARGET AND BASEBALL STARS HAVE BECOME AN INVITING MARK. NATIONALS CATCHER WILSON RAMOS IS ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES—HE SURVIVED HIS KIDNAPPING. BUT HE KNOWS THAT...
April 09, 2012 | ALAN SHIPNUCK
Fleeing Venezuela for a better life and a chance to pursue his dream, Jhonattan Vegas found happiness in Texas, thanks to a far-reaching support group that has been with him every step of his journey
March 07, 2005 | E.M. SWIFT
Even as Venezuela enjoys huge success as a hotbed of major league talent, the country's crime wave has turned its beloved beisbol stars into prime targets
November 29, 2004
48 Consecutive games in which Miami (Ohio) wideout Michael Larkin has caught a pass, an NCAA record.