MEXICO CITY – Fernando Rangel and his girlfriend, Fernanda Balderas, camped out for 22 hours to meet Patriots stars Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola at a mall in the southern section of the city on Saturday.“We looked at the people here already and decided to stay,” said Rangel, a 22-year-old student, after he and Balderas, sporting a Tom Brady jersey, were out in the area for coffee on a Friday afternoon.“We slept for about two hours; we were too excited.”It was well worth it, the pair...
MEXICO CITY -- Prior to this year’s World Baseball Classic, Mexico’s national team hit the field with African-American outfielder Chris Roberson. Having spent more than a decade in Mexico, Roberson, a citizen by marriage, won over baseball fans throughout the country.“I’ll keep playing here as long as they’ll have me,” Roberson said in March. “My plan is to be here at least four, maybe five more years.”Roberson's popularity is backed by his impressive numbers on the diamond.
Nota del Editor: Pueden ver esta historia en inglés aquí.CIUDAD DE MÉXICO - Previo al Clásico Mundial de Beisbol del 2017, la Selección Nacional de México salió al campo con Chris Roberson. El nacido en los Estados Unidos suma más de una década en el país, y se convirtió en ciudadano por matrimonio. Su gran nivel ha conquistado a los aficionados al beisbol en el país. "Jugaré aquí mientras me lo permitan," dijo Roberson en entrevista para ESPN Digital el pasado marzo.
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