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Don Zimmer Cuban Baseball Legend

Don Zimmer spent 65 years and eight decades in professional baseball. His routes are so deep he played with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He actually played 12 major league seasons and even one season in Japan. This was before he moved… Continue Reading

Cuba Dugout Featured in Playoff Magazine

Cubadugout via Playoff Magazine

Playoff Magazine is an upstart Spanish Language chronicle exploring all aspects of Cuban sport. They recently featured Cubadugout and my photographic journey on the island. You can download their June edition HERE. But here is a little sneak peek at… Continue Reading

The Cradle of Cuban Baseball

Cuba recently declared baseball a National Cultural Heritage. Already considered the countries National sport, the designation acknowledges the games importance as sport but to the spirit and psyche of Cuba and its people as well. The ceremony was held in… Continue Reading

WBSC U23 Cuba vs Colombia Bronze Medal Match

WBSC U23 Cuba vs Colombia Live Saturday, October 2nd at 4:00pm EST via WBSC on Youtube and Cubadugout

Leslie Anderson Camagüey Bull to Bull Durham and Back.

The inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006 looks like a text book case of unintended consequences for Cuba. Cuba finished 2nd to Japan in a hotly contested tournament. Even as the runner up, it cemented their status as a World… Continue Reading

Little League Baseball in Havana Cuba

Cuba’s passion for baseball is immense, but it has its boundaries. Ingenuity in the face of lacking equipment is what propelled many players to become the best. Nothing could hold Cuban kids back from developing the skills even if they… Continue Reading

Visiting Cuba During the Digital Revolution

Classic Cars Havana’s Malecon

Visiting Cuba as a tourist, even if you venture off the beaten path and experience something closer to the “real Cuba” can cloud your perspective. Cubans are a people so immensely proud that will give you the shirt off their… Continue Reading