Today's Date: June 23, 2024
New Research Indicates the Need for Diabetes Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Address Health Disparities   •   Lexus & Amazon Music Present "Destination .Paak - The Lexus GX Remix" on World Music Day   •   Media Advisory: Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Sandra Thompson Visits Affordable Apartment Complex in Dallas   •   Lifezone Metals Announces Voting Results from its 2024 Annual General Meeting   •   Shop, Sip, and Support Social Justice Programs at Five Keys Furniture Annex in Stockton, California, on Saturday, June 22nd from   •   Freedmen’s Town Community Investment Initiative Launches   •   Chinatown Storytelling Centre Opens New Exhibit: Neighbours: From Pender to Hastings   •   Statement by ministers Pascale St-Onge, Gary Anandasangaree, Patty Hajdu and Dan Vandal on National Indigenous Peoples Day   •   Daylu Dena Council celebrates grand opening of multi-purpose building in Lower Post, British Columbia   •   Produced by Renegade Film Productions/Chameleon Multimedia, Obscure Urban Legend ‘Sweaty Larry’ to Be Invoked for Fi   •   WORK BEGINS ON THE ANWATAN-MIGUAM PROJECT IN VAL-D'OR   •   Statement by the Prime Minister on National Indigenous Peoples Day   •   Susan G. Komen® Warns of Dire Impact from Braidwood Management, Inc. et al. v. Xavier Becerra et al. Ruling That Will Force   •   Statement - Mishkeegogamang Ojibway First Nation celebrates community development achievements and National Indigenous Peoples D   •   Fairness for Indigenous Peoples in Nova Scotia   •   Government of Canada supports high school students across Canada in developing projects to promote healthy living in their schoo   •   Media Advisory: Arvest Bank Awards $15,000 CARE Award to University District Development Corp.   •   Otipemisiwak Métis Government Celebrates the Opening and Ribbon Cutting of Salay Prayzaan Solar Farm   •   SCOTUS Ruling in Rahimi Case Upholds Protections for Domestic Violence Survivors, BWJP Experts Celebrate   •   Maximus Named a Top Washington-Area Workplace by The Washington Post
Bookmark and Share

Latino Baseball To Honor Students

LatinoBaseball.com will award 40 outstanding Hispanic students during the 22nd Annual Hispanic Achievement Awards who have demonstrated above average scholastic ability, citizenship, leadership and promise for the future during an on-field ceremony at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, May 30th at 1:00PM

Dominican Republic born Yankee player Robinson Cano will receive recognition for his sportsmanship and commitment to the advancement of Latino youth withLatinoBaseball.com’s “Player Citizen of Year” during the program. Cano will be presented the award at home plate prior to the Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians game.

Student awardees and their guest will later watch the game from the exclusiveLatinoBaseball.com VIP suite and meet some of the players.

For over two decades, R. Paniagua, Inc. has honored top Latino students with the Hispanic Achievement Awards. Each year, the superintendents and principals of the New York City Public School system select these standout students who excelled in academic performance. Since it’s inception, numerous luminaries of the Hispanic community, including actress Rosie Perez and government officials such as Mayor Michael Bloomberg, have supported the program.

WHEN: Sunday, May 30th; 1:00 pm 

WHERE: Yankee Stadium

 

2010 STUDENT HONOREES

1 Kely Aponte PS 183 Q 8th 
2 Edgar Arrango IS 292 8th 
3 Diana Avellaneda IS 227 8th 
4 Laura Caba MS 210 8th 
5 Aimee Capellan MS 206 8th 
6 Mateo Castillo IS 72 8th 
7 Viviana Castro MS 137 7th 
8 Andry Correa PS/MS 37 8th 
9 Jacqueline Cortez MS 327 8th 
10 Quiana Criales PS 83 8th 
11 Felix Cruz MS 181 8th 
12 Tomas DelValle PS 225 8th 
13 Melina Dominguez CIS 313 8th 
14 Alex Escobar I.S. 10Q 8th 
15 Cristian Fajardo PS/MS 105 8th 
16 Luis Feliciano IS 392 8th 
17 Kimberly Fernandez PS/MS 218 8th 
18 Joshua Harrington IS 364 8th 
19 Anali Hossein PS/IS 268 6th 
20 Samuel Lopez IS 131 8th 
21 Rossana Manjarrez IS 5 8th 
22 Yaceli Melo PS 116 6th 
23 Johanna Monge PS 122 8th 
24 Nataniel Morales PS/MS 7th 
25 Kassandra Nevarez IS 73 8th 
26 Brian Nieves IS 383 6th 
27 Junior Noesis IS 235 Q 8th 
28 Sebastian Orejuela PS/IS 87 8th 
29 Darien Ortiz IS 123 8th 
30 Olivia Palacios PS/IS 266 6th 
31 Gaudalupe Peña PS/IS 155 7th 
32 Jeffrey Peralta PS 121 K 8th 
33 Kevin Perez IS 162 7th 
34 Kenneth Reyes IS 278 8th 
35 Christian Rodriguez PS 164 Q 7th 
36 Genesy Sencion MS 254 6th 
37 Esmerlin Valerio CIS 339 8th 
38 Roberto Volquez IS 98 8th 
39 Danellys Wong PS/MS 15 8th 
40 Giselle Yepes MS 328 6th 
41 Melanlly Gomez East H.S. 10th

 

About LatinoBaseball.com 
LatinoBaseball.com is the definitive on-line source about the contributions of Latino Baseball Players. The site features solid historical and statistical facts, in addition to feature stories about the greatest moments in Latino baseball history, dating back to the 1860s. Additionally, the site offers up current statistics about Hispanic ballplayers and a database of records of Latino players throughout professional baseball history, Major League Baseball, Caribbean Winter Leagues and Caribbean World Series. Coverage also includes audio and video clips, interviews, statistics, schedules and exclusive stories.

For more information log on to: www.LationoBaseBall.com orwww.rpaniagua.com/hispanicheritage.html

Contacts: 
Media: SB@W PR + Events 
Janice I. Torres, Publicity Director 
212-363-0140 • 
Janice@SocialbutterfliesatWork.com



Back to top
| Back to home page
Video

White House Live Stream
LIVE VIDEO EVERY SATURDAY
alsharpton Rev. Al Sharpton
9 to 11 am EST
jjackson Rev. Jesse Jackson
10 to noon CST


Video

LIVE BROADCASTS
Sounds Make the News ®
WAOK-Urban
Atlanta - WAOK-Urban
KPFA-Progressive
Berkley / San Francisco - KPFA-Progressive
WVON-Urban
Chicago - WVON-Urban
KJLH - Urban
Los Angeles - KJLH - Urban
WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
WADO-Spanish
New York - WADO-Spanish
WBAI - Progressive
New York - WBAI - Progressive
WOL-Urban
Washington - WOL-Urban

Listen to United Natiosns News