Paulo Orlando, First Brazilian In A World Series, Helps Bring Baseball To His Home Country

Paulo Orlando, First Brazilian In A World Series, Helps Bring Baseball To His Home Country

Brazilian Marco Rabello is a Park University alum and a former professional volleyball player. Now as a business co-owner of the Taste of Brazil market in the heart of Kansas City’s City Market, the person he is most interested in seeing as a first-time visitor is Kansas City Royals outfielder Paulo Orlando. “I got a hold of him through social media and I’m hoping to see him really soon,” said Rabello.

Ideally, Rabello would like to see all three at once at the Taste of Brazil.

“Someone could interview them and say, ‘How are a baseball player, American football player and even a soccer player get here in Kansas City?’” said Rabello. “It is so fortunate to have these three players playing different professional sports in Kansas City.”  Written b

 

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One Comment

  1. Nicholas T. Reed January 31, 2016 at 2:10 pm - Reply

    A couple of years ago , baseball was not very popular in Brazil but football. All over the streets were covered by kids playing football . Football and soccer everywhere . Thanks to Paulo Orlando , people here have known other sports such as baseball . I have to admit the merit of him !!!

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