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Baseball’s universal language is helping a survivor of hurricanes Irma and Marie adjust to his new home in the Mahoning Valley and the Walk Away I Was Born In November I Have Anger Issues And A Serious Dislike Shirt. In late November, Hector Rosa, 16, enrolled as a sophomore at Ursuline High School. Almost immediately, he was asked by students if he played sports. He has. He’s been playing baseball since he was
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Hector’s family moved to Youngstown two months after Hurricane Maria destroyed their home in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico, a small town about 40 miles from San Juan. They practically lost everything, said Johnny Santana, a Youngstown resident for three decades who is the uncle of Hector’s father Angel and the Walk Away I Was Born In November I Have Anger Issues And A Serious Dislike Shirt. English is not Hector’s primary language. Imagine having your home blown away, then two months later your family is uprooted with a move to Ohio where winter now includes snow in late April.
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What touches the heart about the Rosa family’s journey is that they are American citizens who are victims of government incompetence as well as deadly winds and the Walk Away I Was Born In November I Have Anger Issues And A Serious Dislike Shirt. But thanks to baseball, Hector again feels part of a team and a community as he begins to grasp more of the language. And thanks to Ursuline freshman Cristian Perez, Hector has a friend whom he trusts. Perez, who was born in Queens, N.Y, is fluent in Spanish. Perez’s family is from Guatemala. His skills have helped Hector earn the chance to call pitches from behind the plate. “He’s been as important as any other member of the coaching staff,” Ursuline coach Matt Weymer said of Perez.