Omar Vizquel talks about the cultural difference of being a Latin player in baseball
"I think Latino players sometimes are hard-headed. You know we are really proud of what we do and we don't want to be ordered by people that we don't really know. There were a lot of conflicts because the players didn't really want to do what they were asking you to. You were trying to follow the movement with their hands or you know like a body language with their eyes or something like that might help you understanding what they are saying. And we didn't have that much time in between the instruction that they were saying and the time that you really needed to take the field because at the time that they're finished, everybody break up and you were like wondering wow, what we are suppose to do?"