An NY Reader Observes Criminal Tendencies In Foreign-Born Baseball Players Who Displace American Kids
August 18, 2009, 05:00 AM
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From: Bob Kuza (e-mail him)

 

Re: Patrick Cleburne's Blog: Not Wanted: Young American Baseball Players

 

Here's one foreign-born baseball player who took a job from an American kid.

 

Julio Castillo, who Joe Guzzardi first profiled in his August 1 2008 column, and most certainly is a beneficiary of the liberal visa policy for athletes, was convicted of felonious assault and sentenced to thirty days in jail and three years' probation for a throwing a baseball at a fan. [Castillo Gets Jail, Probation, Associated Press, August 6, 2009]

 

The Dominican Republic native Castillo, who entered a not guilty plea, had been in the U.S. less than one month when his violent behavior caused an innocent fan to be sent to the hospital with a concussion.

 

A bad seed plays while an American youth sits on the sidelines. All this is made possible by the COMPETE Act.

 

Kuza's previous letter about the sorry New York Mets is here.