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How Better Relations With Cuba Might Affect American Baseball
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Cuba is no stranger to the game. Baseball arrived on the island in the 1860s, right around the time American leagues began to professionalize, and by the early 20th century Cuban leagues were regarded as the peers of those in the United States. And
Cuba falling in love with baseball all over againToronto Star
International ball: MLBPA’s Clark talks MLB in Cuba, London & moreFOXSports.com
MLB considering games in CubaESPN
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The Atlantic

How Better Relations With Cuba Might Affect American Baseball
The Atlantic
Cuba is no stranger to the game. Baseball arrived on the island in the 1860s, right around the time American leagues began to professionalize, and by the early 20th century Cuban leagues were regarded as the peers of those in the United States. And ...
Cuba falling in love with baseball all over againToronto Star
International ball: MLBPA's Clark talks MLB in Cuba, London & moreFOXSports.com
MLB considering games in CubaESPN
Forbes -euronews -ABC News
all 127 news articles »
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