Jorge Castillo is a sports enterprise reporter, with a focus on baseball, for the Los Angeles Times. He joined The Times in 2018 after spending four years at the Washington Post. A native of Worcester, Mass. and the son of parents from Puerto Rico, he graduated from Yale.
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