Yasiel Puig for Permanent MVP, or How I Justify My Strong Cultural Biases

Over the past few years, an influx of Cuban-born players have made their way into the consciousness of baseball fans. Whether they are brash, somersaulting flamethrowers like Aroldis Chapman, or workout freaks like Yoenis Cespedes, or youngsters who make sabermetricians’ eyes bulge out of their heads like Jose Fernandez, each of the Cuban additions to

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