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Baseball
The historic U.S.-Cuba baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Cuba's national team is part of a 150-year-history of sports diplomacy.
A Nicaraguan baseball academy offers more than just hitting and fielding.
Unscrupulous agents prey on young Dominican players. It's time to clean up their mess.

Legend goes that when Fidel Castro was a law student, back in 1949, he was such a talented baseball player that he was offered a $5,000 to join the New York Giants team.

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