Organizes trips from the US to play Cuban amateur teams. Provides schedule, photos from past trips, and information on travel regulations.
The history of baseball in Cuba, including foreign players who played there, as well as information on Cubans playing in US Major and Negro Leagues. Includes many photos of baseball cards and other collectibles.
A US fan describes major league games in Havana and Pinar del Rio, along with conversations with elderly fans and observations of young players.
Photos and commentary from a US Mens Senior Baseball League game in Cienfuegos.
The PBS film explains the current Cuba major league system, with information on each team and player stats, then considers the impact of defections to US professional leagues.
A US college professor describes his travel to research literary and journalistic representations of baseball in Cuba from the late 1870s to the early 1890s, which he found to be "marked by preliminary signs of the island’s problematic connections with its powerful neighbor".
A portrait of Cuban baseball historian Severo Nieto, who has reconstructed the statistical records of professional leagues since 1877.
An extended excerpt from the book describes Arnaldo “El Duque” Hernández, father of US major leaguers Livan and Orlando Hernandez.
Baseball Library biography of the Cuban-born pitcher.