Team Mexico & Luis Cruz
Team Mexico is a professional wrestling stable that was first formed in 2004 to compete in TNA Wrestling's America's X-Cup Tournament and has since returned to compete in other TNA X Cup Tournaments. Luis Alfonso Cruz (born February 10, 1984) is a Mexican professional baseball shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball./5
Team Mexico Luis Cruz Adrian Gonzalez World Baseball Classic Luis Gonzalez Chris Robinson Pete Orr Dominican Republic Chase Field Jay Johnson Hanley Ramirez Brian Gorman Arnold Leon Nick Punto Don Mattingly Paco Rodriguez Fernando Valenzuela Ronald Belisario
We need Team Mexico to step it up for BIG today-- I'm talking to you Adrian Gonzalez y Luis Cruz.
Team Mexico teammates Luis Cruz and Adrian Gonzalez warming up together. :D
Adrian Gonzalez and Luis Cruz will rejoin the Dodgers on Monday after escaping without injury or suspension following Team Mexico's World Baseball Classic fracas
Benches clear after Canada-Mexico plunking3/9/13 6:10 PMBy Barry M. Bloom PHOENIX -- A full-out brawl between Canada and Mexico during the ninth inning of Saturday's World Baseball Classic contest at Chase Field was attributed to a misunderstanding about the tiebreaking rules in the first round, round-robin format that places a premium on the number of runs scored. With Canada leading by six runs on its way to a 10-3 win, catcher Chris Robinson pushed a clean bunt single toward third base that was played by Luis Cruz. After the play, Cruz walked toward the mound and appeared to gesture for right-hander Arnold Leon to hit the next batter, Rene Tosoni. It took three pitches and a warning by home-plate umpire Brian Gorman to both benches, but Leon hit Tosoni on the shoulder and both benches cleared. In the end, seven players were ejected. Four of them were from Team Mexico -- Leon, Oliver Perez, Eduardo Arredondo and Alfredo Aceves. The three Canadians to be ejected were Tosoni, Pete Orr and Jay Johnson. "It ...
So The r goin to play and Exhibition game vs Team Mexico, should be good, wonder who Luis Cruz and Adrian Gonzalez will play for?
Gonzalez, Ramirez highlight Dodgers in 2013 World Baseball Classic Six Dodgers, including All-Stars Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzalez, were among the players announced Thursday as participants in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. Ramirez, the Dodgers' starting shortstop, is on the Dominican Republic squad. Gonzalez will be the first baseman for Team Mexico, and will be joined by Dodgers third baseman Luis Cruz. Broadcaster Fernando Valenzuela will be a coach for Mexico. Nick Punto is listed as a utility man on Team Italy, while reliever Ronald Belisario will be in the bullpen of Team Venezuela and Paco Rodriguez in the bullpen for Team Spain. Complete Coverage • Shop World Baseball Classic gear • Dodgers Tickets :) :)
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