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Late last year, President Barack Obama maneuvered to begin normalizing diplomatic relations with Cuba for the first time in half a century. The news immediately triggered conversations about how the process would affect professional baseball — one of the few avenues through which the two countries have interacted during that diplomatic freeze. Sports Illustrated Senior Writer S.L. Price joins us to explore how sports have defined the relationship between the two countries for decades, and where things may go from here.
- S.L. Price Senior Writer, Sports Illustrated; Author, "Pitching Around Fidel: A Journey into the Heart of Cuban Sports" ( University Press of Florida)
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