Cuban children share with major leaguers
Children living in Havana today received advice and teachings of star MLB visiting Cuba as part of a high-level delegation of the organization, and glories of Cuban baseball.
More than 150 children dressed in the uniforms of their respective municipalities trained in different positions advised by eight US players and great Cuban players.
Among the players of the delegation were Americans Clayton Kershaw and Jon Jay, Miguel Cabrera, Nelson Cruz and the Cubans José Abreu, Yasiel Puig, Brayan Pena and Alexei Ramirez, distributed in the areas of pitching, batting, gardens, catcher and infielders.
Illustrious veterans of the Cuban baseball also passed on their valuable experiences, among them Luis Giraldo Casanova, Rodolfo Puente, Orestes Kindelan, Pedro Luis Lazo, Omar Ajete, Lourdes Gourriel and Rey Vicente Anglada.
The goodwill visit of senior officials and MLB players is aimed at strengthening ties with the baseball authorities of the Caribbean nation, after establishing a relationship for the development of the sport.