Latino Baseball Players And The Hall Of Fame This summer, the Baseball Hall of Fame will celebrate its 70th anniversary and display its first exhibit on Latin American baseball. In the Los Angeles Times, Zev Chafets points out that a disproportionate share of Latino players have tested positive for steroids.
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Latino Baseball Players And The Hall Of Fame

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Latino Baseball Players And The Hall Of Fame

Latino Baseball Players And The Hall Of Fame

Latino Baseball Players And The Hall Of Fame

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This summer, the Baseball Hall of Fame will celebrate its 70th anniversary and display its first exhibit on Latin American baseball.

In a column for the Los Angeles Times, Zev Chafets points out that a disproportionate share of Latino players have tested positive for steroids. He then cautions Cooperstown against prejudice and cultural incomprehension.

Tell us: If the Hall of Fame bans Latinos who used steroids, is it discrimination?