Nolasco finds baseball to be an international language
If there is one thing Danny Nolasco learned this summer on the ball field, it’s that baseball is an international language.
The Hall High School senior had the fortune of playing in the Colt League 16U World Series in LaFayette, Ind. this summer for the Ottawa Sun Devils. There, he encountered opponents from Seoul, South Korea; Paderborn, Germany and Santa Juanita Bayamon, Puerto Rico, whom he found while they spoke different languages, they all spoke the common language of baseball.
“It was a pretty neat experience with kids not talking English, but talking baseball techniques, I guess,” Nolasco said. “It was neat listening to them talk and how they still knew basically the same thing we did, it was just different language.”
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