The Multi-lingual Kernel

By John Campbell, TV9 Sports

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Cedar Rapids-Cedar Rapids Kernel's second baseman Kevin Moesquit is a man of many tongues.

Growing up in Curaco he spoke the native language, papamento.

He also picked up Dutch and Spanish.

Now in the United States, Kevin has added English to his collection.

How did he learn it? He says watching cartoons was a big part of his English education.

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