Latino Legacy: La Vida Baseball website and Hall of Fame join forces to tell stories of Latin American stars
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“I saw the ¡Viva Baseball! exhibit and absolutely loved the approach that it took,” Tab Bamford said. “I reached out to the Hall about really joining forces to jump into a huge hole in the media landscape: the growing impact that Latinos have on the game today.”
The Hall of Fame connected Bamford with Burgos Jr., who in turn looped in Muñiz. A couple of years later, they found themselves joining forces with the Hall of Fame as their website launched in March.
Alex Coffey is the communications specialist at the National Baseball Hall of Fame
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