Dear John: With all that is going on today, I know that this may seem trivelous [sic] of me, but wouldn’t you think that one of the most richest teams in all of baseball, the NY Yankees, would be able to afford a tutor to help Hispanic players speak just a few words of English?...
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DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2014 - FRIENDS OF GARY BAISLEY INC.
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