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Library Lunch Hour – Raul Ramos: Baseball Writer

Library Lunch Hour – Raul Ramos: Baseball Writer

Cost: Free

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April 5 @ 12:30 am 1:00 pm EDT

Play ball! Join us for a Library Lunch Hour: Raul Ramos – Baseball Writer on Tuesday, April 5th, 2022 at 12 PM EST. In this event, Centro Library Manager, Aníbal Arocho and baseball writer, Raul Ramos, will discuss legendary baseball player Francisco Pancho Coímbre and Raul’s book, Francisco Coímbre, Los Bates Grandes se Respetan. As part of his research, Raul worked with Centro Library resources and will share his experiences and expertise. Raul Ramos is a member of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America and covers the Mets and Yankees for the site Con Las Bases Llenas. Be sure to bring in your burning questions for Aníbal and Raul to answer, as they will open the floor for a Q&A at the end of their discussion. Bilingual translation services will be provided.


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