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Howdy gents, looking to get out of town this feb. any leagues or tournaments u can steer a cowboy towards?

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14 minutes ago, Guest Buildthewall said:

Howdy gents, looking to get out of town this feb. any leagues or tournaments u can steer a cowboy towards?

I’m sure there are some in Mexico that you could go work... 

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3 minutes ago, JSam21 said:

I’m sure there are some in Mexico that you could go work... 

I speak English 

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15 minutes ago, Guest Buildthewall said:

I speak English 

You could learn another language and open up your options.

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Plenty of them going on in Florida.

Do an internet search and you'll have a bunch to choose from.

Several in Cocoa and Orlando.

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12 hours ago, Guest Buildthewall said:

I speak English 

Bola = ball

Huegla -= strike (pronounced wayla)

Fuera = out

 

GO get 'em cowboy!

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Considering the prominence of Latinos in MLB, your user name is ironic, to say the least.

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Huelga (pronounced more like well-ga) is the Spanish word for strike but it is the kind of strike that Cesar Chavez would call--not what a baseball umpire would call. The Spanish word for a pitched baseball strike is basically the same as the English word except with a Spanish pronunciation.

strike-n.m. estraíc; estray; called strike-n.m.automático; estraíc cantado strike (labor)-n.f. huelga; m. paro

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On 1/24/2019 at 11:07 AM, Aging_Arbiter said:

F*#$&% google translate...............

It doesn't matter, I've never heard an umpire say "strike".

It's more like "hwuh", and I think that works in any language.  :sarcasm:

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