All Major League Baseball Teams Provide Content Through Spanish-language Website

The Oakland Athletics and Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM), announced the launch of www.LosAtleticos.com, the team's official full-service Spanish-language website.

Suzanne Medina, Director of Spanish Sites for MLB Advanced Media tells Portada that the new Atletico’s website will not receive advertising from third parties.

“We will work closely with the A's to promote it extensively, including but not limited to their Spanish-language radio broadcasts, in-ballpark, Spanish-language e-newsletters, MLB.com's LasMayores.com and the A's English site, oaklandathetics.com.”

All 30 Major League Baseball teams have Spanish-language websites. “Every club has a Spanish-language site and each offers Latino fans a varying but extensive array of baseball content”, Medina adds.

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