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    who to support

    Hi guys i dont know much about baseball but i want to know who and how many teams i should support 1 thing though my uncles from Dominican Republic so id prefer a team who has players form there in the team

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    The Toronto Blue Jays

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackcorio View Post
    Hi guys i dont know much about baseball but i want to know who and how many teams i should support 1 thing though my uncles from Dominican Republic so id prefer a team who has players form there in the team
    Hmm. So that narrows it down to every team.

    Anyone but the Dodgers. We don't need any more bandwagoners.

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    If you would like to root for a team who has a long history of winning tradition and is usally a contender for their division, I would suggest the Chicago Cubs. They always seem to be in the thick of things. Since 1908, there may not be a more successful franchise in all of baseball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1908_Cubs View Post
    If you would like to root for a team who has a long history of winning tradition and is usally a contender for their division, I would suggest the Chicago Cubs. They always seem to be in the thick of things. Since 1908, there may not be a more successful franchise in all of baseball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackcorio View Post
    Hi guys i dont know much about baseball but i want to know who and how many teams i should support 1 thing though my uncles from Dominican Republic so id prefer a team who has players form there in the team
    lol that narrows it down ,so i guess you'l follow everyone?

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    aha sorry about my options if just i dont know much about them but thanks for the feedback

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    the astros, where even avid baseball fans dont know any of their players
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackcorio View Post
    Hi guys i dont know much about baseball but i want to know who and how many teams i should support 1 thing though my uncles from Dominican Republic so id prefer a team who has players form there in the team
    Try watching a few baseball documentaries whether it's team specific or player specific. It makes the teams alittle more interesting outside the game. Since you are fully new either join your local team or some of the larger market ones.

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    Tampa Bay Rays for 3 reasons:

    1. You will be very happy with what you see. They have a bright future

    2. They need more fans lol

    3. As VRP said with the Dodgers, Yanks don't need anymore bandwagoners




    Or just watch as many games as you can, and see which team catches your eye the most.
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    CHICAGO CUBS - Starlin Castro.

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    Yankees we have Cano who's from the D.R.

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    Well the Angels have the best player to ever come out of the Dominican Republic (Albert Pujols). Plus for the past decade we've competed every year and we're considered a top 5 team this year.

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