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Sammy Sosa's Biography. Samuel Sosa Peralta was born on November 12, 1968 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. His parents Lucrecia and Bautista were not well off and Sammy had a hard childhood, with his father passing away when he was just seven.
Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox (1989–1991) Sosa made his major league debut on June 16, 1989, with the Texas Rangers, wearing #17 and leading off as the starting left fielder.
When baseball legend Sammy Sosa was spotted in London, the former Chicago Cubs player looked lighter than ever. Back in July, the 48-year-old made headlines for appearing with significantly whiter ...
Sammy Sosa was a just a glowing brown-skinned boy when he first stepped on the baseball field as a new member of the Texas Rangers in 1989. The bright-eyed Dominican Republic native was barely 21 ...
Sammy Sosa. Position: Rightfielder Bats: Right • Throws: Right 6-0, 165lb (183cm, 74kg) . Born: November 12, 1968 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic do High School: San Pedro de Macoris (San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic) Debut: June 16, 1989 (Age 20-216d, 13,234th in MLB history) vs. NYY 4 AB, 2 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
The subtitle of this book is "an Autobiography." Yet in the last pages, in the last sentence of the "Author's Note," it says that "All interviews with Sammy Sosa were conducted in Spanish and translated into English."
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Sosa’s son, 21-year-old Sammy Sosa Jr., was once an MLB-prospect but was bullied as a child after his father was accused of using performance-enhancing drugs as a player.
Sammy Sosa is in Europe to celebrate his 49th birthday. Some photos posted on social media show a Sosa who is unrecognizable. Sosa looks a lot different now than when he was chasing home run ...
Twenty summers after he and Mark McGwire chased the ghost of Roger Maris—and saved a sport, as they both contend—this is the life of Sammy Sosa.