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Dodgers asks Enrique Hernandez a governor of Puerto Rico to resign


The second baseman, Enrique Hernandez, expressed his voice to those who claimed to leave Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Roselló, and they showed support from Huge protests take place in Puerto Rico on Wednesday.

He asks Roselló to resign after Puerto Rico's Investigative Journalism Office has published 889 pages of private conversations between the governor and his inner circle. Messages included homophobic, sexual and raw language.

“He often said that politics and sport should not be in the same conversation. But today it is necessary, ”wrote Hernandez in Spanish.

“I'd love to be a loving island as a team march with the rest of the Puerto Rican people just as I do with my team searching a championship. We have so much to offer, we've had difficult times but we're getting stronger than yesterday. "

Hernandez is the latest sports figure in Puerto Rico to speak against Roselló. Boston Red Sox manager and former Dodger Alex Cora, Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor and NBA player J.J. Barrea asked for his terter on social media.

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