Sports

Endy, Si! Chavez, No!

Or so went the chants in the first round of the World Baseball Classic, when Venezuela played in Toronto. With Dolphins Stadium's proximity to Westin-zuela, the atmosphere at tonight's Puerto Rico-Venezuela match-up should be even more rife with entertaining political sing-song. Game starts at 8pm, and the outfield seats are open, so there's still time to wrap yourself in the flag of your choice and get up there. (I'll be the white guy painted blue, red, and yellow screaming Spanglish obscenities at Magglio Ordonez.)


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P. Scott Cunningham