Baseball: The Role Of Immigrants In Baseball

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Baseball was a gateway of escape for immigrants. While they were spending 60 hours a week working they could always count on baseball, even if they didn 't have a real ball and bat. The immigrants saw their own people succeeding and working hard, and it gave them hope that one day they could also succeed in something they loved, they saved up the money they made to go and watch the Pirates play and become a part of the growth American Baseball. Most commonly the immigrants were the most valuable players and a beacon for the rest of the team. In order for America to agree to take in immigrants, they are expected to follow our rules. The three basics being, accepting English as their national language, be hard working and motivated, and finally

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