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Topic - Donovan Solano
Donovan Solano pulled up outside Miami International Airport on Monday night and waited. The Miami Marlins infielder had just finished the eighth full day of his major league career and here he was to pick up his brother, Jhonatan, whom the Washington Nationals had summoned for his first shot in the majors.
When he told the story at his tryout, "They say, 'OK.
"Eleven players without a visa trying to pass to Venezuela for a tryout," Solano said.