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61st Cuban National Series Final

The 61st Cuban National Series structure looked different than recent competitions. However the finals match up will look familiar. The Granma Alazanes triumphed over The Matanzas Cocodrilos in April of 2021. 14 months later the two squads will meet in… Continue Reading

A Frank Look into the Future

Industriales of Havana are frequently compared to the New York Yankees. Both teams play in the media capital of their country. They have the most championships overall and are in a decade plus championship drought. Their desire to reshape their… Continue Reading

Cuban Pitcher is Putting English on the Ball

Many herald Cuba as Medical Maven. I luckily have not had to use the medical system but there should be a caveat with such statements. Cuban doctors/surgeons and medical researchers are some of the most well trained and diligent in… Continue Reading

Boris With the Details: The Life of a Cuban Journalist

Some might argue that the term Cuban Journalism is an oxymoron. At least in the baseball sphere there has been much more transparency of late. One scribe providing much of the information is Cuban Journalist Boris Luis Cabrera Acosta. Boris… Continue Reading

61st Cuban National Series Live Game Feeds

Get Inside the Dugout and watch Live Game Feeds of the 61st Cuban National Series. The World Baseball Softball Council began sharing HD feeds of select Cuban National Series Games in 2020. That practice will continue in 2022. Cuba is… Continue Reading

61st Cuban National Series Preview

The Granma Alazanes and Matanzas Cocodrilos will face off on January 22nd in game one. In previous years this might be game one of the finals. Instead it is game one of the 61st Cuban National Series. This represents a… Continue Reading

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Yosvani Alarcón Las Tunas Through My Lens

Before I began capturing video and writing about Cuban baseball, my photos connected me with the Cuban baseball community. Some of my early photos were the first to circulate as the internet was in it’s naissance. I have had the… Continue Reading

Juan Carlos Torriente of Industriales Through My Lens

Before I began capturing video and writing about Cuban baseball, my photos connected me with the Cuban baseball community. Some of my early photos were the first to circulate as the internet was in it’s naissance. I have had the… Continue Reading

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