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USA: Cuban baseball hopeful camps outside Dodgers stadium for weeks01:38

USA: Cuban baseball hopeful camps outside Dodgers stadium for weeks

United States, Los Angeles
September 3, 2015 at 08:05 GMT +00:00 · Published

A Cuban baseball player who is doing everything he can to get a tryout with the Dodgers practiced his sport after spending his 21st night sleeping outside the baseball team's stadium in Los Angeles, Wednesday.

On his third week sleeping and practicing outside the the Dodgers' stadium, Loah Linares is positive that he will attract the attention of the Californian baseball club and be offered a chance to prove his talent.

Linares, who has been playing baseball since he was eight years-old, revealed that he is even willing to stay "one more week, two more weeks just to make sure that they can give me the opportunity."

The baseball hopefull cites Jackie Robinson, the first African-American to play in major leagues, as his major inspiration.

USA: Cuban baseball hopeful camps outside Dodgers stadium for weeks01:38
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A Cuban baseball player who is doing everything he can to get a tryout with the Dodgers practiced his sport after spending his 21st night sleeping outside the baseball team's stadium in Los Angeles, Wednesday.

On his third week sleeping and practicing outside the the Dodgers' stadium, Loah Linares is positive that he will attract the attention of the Californian baseball club and be offered a chance to prove his talent.

Linares, who has been playing baseball since he was eight years-old, revealed that he is even willing to stay "one more week, two more weeks just to make sure that they can give me the opportunity."

The baseball hopefull cites Jackie Robinson, the first African-American to play in major leagues, as his major inspiration.