On May 16, 1913, revered shortstop Alfredo Cabrera played his one and only Major League Baseball game at Ebbets Field. Here’s how a Canary Islander-turned-Cuban hero spent years earning his brief chance at American stardom — and what happened after it was over.
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The Eagles running back needs to brush up on the new roster additions.
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Chris Broussard’s public history of couching intolerance against gays as part of his religious beliefs goes back several years.