Arnulfo Diaz, know as "El Abuelito" , holds a drawing by, Cesar Santalo,  father of one of the children playing iwho play baseball at Tamiami Park,  during a ceremony  prepared by  park managers, the city of Sweetwater and friends for his great work for over 25 years the at Tamiami Park baseball fields in Miami on Saturday, April 9, 2011.  Arnulfo has more than two decades selling pies "Cuban Empanadas" during baseball games at Tamiami Park, He has cancer which has limited his work, but he does not want to stop working because he enjoys what he does and he and loves baseball.
Arnulfo Diaz, know as "El Abuelito" , holds a drawing by, Cesar Santalo, father of one of the children playing iwho play baseball at Tamiami Park, during a ceremony prepared by park managers, the city of Sweetwater and friends for his great work for over 25 years the at Tamiami Park baseball fields in Miami on Saturday, April 9, 2011. Arnulfo has more than two decades selling pies "Cuban Empanadas" during baseball games at Tamiami Park, He has cancer which has limited his work, but he does not want to stop working because he enjoys what he does and he and loves baseball. El Nuevo Herald
Arnulfo Diaz, know as "El Abuelito" , holds a drawing by, Cesar Santalo, father of one of the children playing iwho play baseball at Tamiami Park, during a ceremony prepared by park managers, the city of Sweetwater and friends for his great work for over 25 years the at Tamiami Park baseball fields in Miami on Saturday, April 9, 2011. Arnulfo has more than two decades selling pies "Cuban Empanadas" during baseball games at Tamiami Park, He has cancer which has limited his work, but he does not want to stop working because he enjoys what he does and he and loves baseball. El Nuevo Herald

Fallece 'El Abuelito' de Tamiami Park

11 de noviembre de 2012 04:00 PM

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