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I'm Irish/Scottish by blood, but I was adopted before I turned four months old so I'm Ecuadorian-American, raised in Miami so an unavoidable sprinkling of Cuban in there too.

 

Hablo español y nadie me cree que fue mi primer idioma 

 

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5 minutes ago, Erick said:

I’m Cuban-American lol.

I knew there were a couple here. Im Puertorican. Cuban on my mother's side. Así que tenemos el congrí y la ropa vieja en la sangre asere! ✊🏻

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1 minute ago, SongInTheAir said:

I'm Irish/Scottish by blood, but I was adopted before I turned four months old so I'm Ecuadorian-American, raised in Miami so an unavoidable sprinkling of Cuban in there too.

 

Hablo español y nadie me cree que fue mi primer idioma 

 

Very nice! Would have never have guessed.

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8 minutes ago, Erick said:

How do you say gamethread in Spanish?

Este es el mejor gamethread del año.

Yea that's a tough one... I dont think there's a good translation for it... but I would say: Discusión del juego o Análisis del juego 🤷🏻‍♂️

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From my mom's side, I have partial hispanic origin, and european white from the other side. Even though my mom speaks Spanish, I grew up in a completely American English speaking household, so I've been trying for a few years to learn Spanish, something that hasn't been the easiest thing in the world. All those verb conjugations, like for example "To go": Ir, Ire, Iramos, Voy, Va, Vaya, Venimos, Fui, Fue, Fuimos and like 20 others words to say "go" or "went" or "going".  And that's just for Latin American Spanish, add in the Spanish from Spain and you have all the conjugations for when you say "vosotros" to learn as well. 😂 But it's fun to learn, even just as a hobby for me.

And with genetics working in a funny way, I take almost completely after my mom's side of the family. So, dark hair and all that, which is always fun in Miami when people look at me and start speaking in Spanish automatically like "Oye, chico, que quiere?" and I respond in my Rich Waltz similar sounding voice: "Hi, I'd like to order combo number 4 please." 😂

 

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I'm Japanese...

 

Lol jk. Born in Cuba, raised in Las Vegas (with family in Miami) so I consider myself Cuban-American. 

This is a fun thread. I want the Marlins to win but I'm interested in seeing taiwanmarlins take it up next lol.

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14 minutes ago, SongInTheAir said:

1. Jazz Chisholm el Segundo

2. Michael Reds

3. Jesus Aguilar

4. Garreto Tonelero

5. Corí Pingahijo

6. Adan Duvtodo

7. Juan Pajarito

8. Arenita Lion

9. Trevor Rogerio

💀 

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