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Each time Romero — who speaks Spanish at home and English on the mound — winds up and steps toward a batter, it’s as if he’s completing a journey his father began 31 years ago when he bolted, undetected, from Mexico into Texas. “My dad’s goal was to come to the United States for a better life.Just days after winning her crown, an investigation was launched after it was learned that she had previously won a radio contest called “Stripper 101.” After an investigation, the Miss USA determined that she was to remain the winner.Rima has apparently had a long-standing affinity for WWE.He married young and raised four athletic children with wife Sandra in the unincorporated township of East Los Angeles. Ricky Romero would defy the odds — and the guns-and-gangs stereotype — to earn a college baseball scholarship, represent his country overseas, crack the major leagues, sign a multimillion-dollar contract, romance Miss USA and in his spare time, visit schools to promote education and physical activity.“It sounds ridiculous,’’ says anthropologist Alexandro Gradilla, associate professor and chair of Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Chicano and Chicana Studies, marvelling at Romero’s success.“If I was a Hollywood producer and this was a script, I’d reject it.”The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to L. in 1958 and owner Walter O’Malley wanted a new home. That painful link to Dodger Stadium has faded with a steady migration of Mexicans who, in recent decades, have little emotional attachment to Chavez Ravine history.He was given the Chavez Ravine address after low-income Latino residents were relocated — some willingly, most not.“It’s a very, very painful moment in Mexican-American history when we talk about the construction of Dodger Stadium,’’ says Gradilla, noting the razed century-old village was home to generations of families who’d faced housing discrimination in other parts of L. The newcomers also arrived with a cultural passion for baseball, a ripe market for mining fans.