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JabarkusRussell
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Because there are too many fricking foreigners in baseball. Call me racist, but it's the truth. South America needs to create their own league.


I liked watching as a kid and seeing people like me play. Now almost every player's last name ends in a Z. Part of the reason I don't enjoy it as much. Most of the stars can't even speak English well so it's hard as a fan to watch interviews and get to know them (Cabrera, All Star MVP this year).
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TurDuken
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Tiger in NY
Lack of stars in MLB from LSU
Name me a school that does have a lot of MLB stars. The majority of the Top 50 players in MLB never stepped foot on a college campus.


ETA: Aaron Hill is a very good player and Brian Wilson is an all-star.

THIS IS THE ANSWER Its extremely rare that a player with true MLB ability plays in college


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