The Dominican Republic has produced 486 MLB players, by tfar the msot of any foreign country.
Baseball is extremely popular in the Netherlands. In addition to having many leagues of their own, the country has produced many MLB players.
According to Baseball Almanac - 1) Dominican Republic - 473 players 2) Venezuela - 232 players 3) Puerto Rico - 226 players 4) Canada - 221 players 5) Cuba - 157 players
out of 1,209 players who played at least one game in 1999, 932 were born in the USA, leaving 277 foreign born players, or 23%
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They aren't drafted. Foreign players become free agents at the age of 16.
I don't know the exact number but there are many players that come from Latin America, South America, and Southeast Asia. Venezuela is where the majority of foreign players come from.
In the US, Federal taxes are commonly withheld on all baseball players' salaries and bonuses. In some of their home countries, this amount of US taxes can be a deduction for home country income earned abroad. The player's home country tax laws govern taxes that may be owed there. Some nations do not tax citizens in any sport where they earn money.
In Arsenal there are only a few home players majority are French about 16 players are foreign.
Canada by a landslide, right now over 50% of the NHL is Canadian's
To play for a country you must have at least one grandparent from that country, and once you play for a country once that is the only country you can play for.