Associated Press- The percentage of major league baseball players born outside the 50 states increased slightly to a near record level.
Of the 849 players on rosters at the start of the season, 246 were born outside the 50 states, the commissioner's office said Tuesday. That comes to 29 percent, up from 27.4 percent last year and near the record 29.2 percent set in 2005.
The Dominican Republic had the most non-U.S. players with 98, followed by Venezuela (51), Puerto Rico (28), Canada (19), Japan and Mexico (13 each), Panama (seven), Cuba (six), South Korea (three), Colombia and Taiwan (two apiece), and Aruba, Australia, Curacao and Nicaragua (one apiece).
Proudly the Jews and their leftist pawns proclaim the success of their subversion. Unfortunately for them, its not over yet.