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Baseball in Cuba: 'A way of living'

Atop roofs and through chain-linked fences, a dozen spectators – half of them mothers – gather to watch and cheer as their young boys, mostly in their late-teens and early-twenties, compete for the ultimate prize: a chance to represent the "Industriales," one of the most revered (and hated) teams in Cuban baseball, often compared to the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). José Hernán, a catcher representing one of Havana’s three municipality teams on the...

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