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Nicaraguan Vulcans

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IT'S NOT 1884 OR A MOVIE SET, IT'S JANUARY 2008...
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JOE RIDING A HORSE BUGGY TO MASAYA FOR NICARAGUA'S WINTER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Like Castro's Cuba: The Forbidden Island and La Republica Dominicana, Nicaragua is one of the few places on earth where baseball is played almost regularly in the streets. While Nicaragua has not produced as many Major Leaguers over the years as the Dominican Republic or even Cuban defectors, that doesn't mean there isn't talent here.

 

Nicaragua has a four-team professional winter league as well as a larger summer league. You can learn all about Nicaragua's baseball history in World in a Ballpark: Baseball Goes Globalwhich is available for purchase at the Buy Joe's Guides page. Also, enjoy this small collage of Nicaraguan baseball. If you want to view a sample of the guide and see how easy the guide is to use, visit the World Baseball Classic page.

IF YOU LIKE SPACE, BALLPARKS HERE AIN'T YOUR PLACE
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NICARAGUANS LITERALLY JAM EVERY AISLE WAY IMAGINEABLE, AS THIS STANDING ROOM ONLY SHOT SHOWS

BASEBALL IN NICARAGUA: FLAG WAVING GALORE...
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SAN FERNANDO FANS CELEBRATE A PLAYOFF WIN OVER RIVAL BOER OUTSIDE CLEMENTE STADIUM

AS CLOSE AS JOE WILL GET TO ANY 'EL PRESIDENTE'
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DENNIS MARTINEZ, NICARAGUA'S FAVORITE SON, WITH JOE CONNOR AT MANAGUA'S DENNIS MARTINEZ STADIUM

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