About Robert Dominguez

Robert Dominguez is co-author of “Bronx Bummers: The Unofficial History of the New York Yankees’ Bad Boys, Blunders and Brawls,” and writer of the upcoming “El Salón: The Trials and Triumphs of Baseball’s Latino Hall of Famers.” rdominguez@latinobaseball.com

THIS DAY IN BÉISBOL August 9: Dennis Martinez passes Juan Marichal’s career wins record

Any conversation about who is the best Latino pitcher of all time will invariably come down to Hall of Famers Juan Marichal and Pedro Martinez. But there’s another Martinez — Dennis — who deserves some mention, if only because he ended his solid 23-career in 1998 as the winningest Latin American-born pitcher in MLB history

By |2022-11-30T11:41:32-05:00November 30th, 2022|History|

THIS DAY IN BÉISBOL August 7: Bartolo Colon’s 246th win makes him all-time Latino leader

Built like a beer keg on legs, Bartolo Colon always looked like he belonged slinging softballs in a Sunday league than on a Major League mound.  Boy, are looks deceiving.   Not only did the well-traveled Dominican Republic native (above right, with D.R. President Danilo Medina) enjoy a 21-year career with 11 different teams, on

By |2022-11-29T14:26:58-05:00November 29th, 2022|History|

El Mundo de Las Grandes Ligas Podcast Joins LatinoBaseball.com

LatinoBaseball.com is proud to announce that sportscasting industry veterans Felix DeJesus and Kevin Cabral will be joining the team as we syndicate their podcast, “El Mundo de Las Grandes Ligas.”  The popular podcast is already broadcast worldwide and on MLB.com, and moving forward you will be able to find their weekly episodes posted here as

By |2022-11-18T10:50:31-05:00November 18th, 2022|News, Podcast|
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