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Young Cuban ballplayers dream of U.S. major leagues

Baseball fan Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices with his father on the roof of their house in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022. Kindelan says he wants to play for Cuba's national baseball club.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Baseball fan Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices with his father on the roof of their house in Havana, Cuba, June 14,more

Baseball fan Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices with his father on the roof of their house in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022. Kindelan says he wants to play for Cuba's national baseball club.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices baseball in front of his house in Havana, Cuba, July 15, 2022. Success in baseball, Cuba's national past time and a favorite pursuit of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, is increasingly measured beyond its borders. That mirrors a broader exodus of Cubans from the stagnating communist-run island racked by social and economic crisis.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices baseball in front of his house in Havana, Cuba, July 15, 2022. Success in basebalmore

Kevin Kindelan, 8, practices baseball in front of his house in Havana, Cuba, July 15, 2022. Success in baseball, Cuba's national past time and a favorite pursuit of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, is increasingly measured beyond its borders. That mirrors a broader exodus of Cubans from the stagnating communist-run island racked by social and economic crisis.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan, 8, climbs on his father’s motorbike to go to a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022.  Cuba's economy shrank 11% in 2020 and has only inched upward since, official figures show, plagued by the pandemic and further throttled by the United States' Cold War-era embargo. Long lines for food, medicine and fuel are the norm, driving a nearly unprecedented exodus of more than 157,000 Cubans to the United States since October, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan, 8, climbs on his father’s motorbike to go to a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022. more

Kevin Kindelan, 8, climbs on his father’s motorbike to go to a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022. Cuba's economy shrank 11% in 2020 and has only inched upward since, official figures show, plagued by the pandemic and further throttled by the United States' Cold War-era embargo. Long lines for food, medicine and fuel are the norm, driving a nearly unprecedented exodus of more than 157,000 Cubans to the United States since October, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan, 8, is dressed by his father prior to attending a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022. In May, the Cuban federation inked a deal with World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) that makes formal the right of Cubans to contract with professional leagues across the globe, without needing to abandon their home or nationality. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan, 8, is dressed by his father prior to attending a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022more

Kevin Kindelan, 8, is dressed by his father prior to attending a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022. In May, the Cuban federation inked a deal with World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) that makes formal the right of Cubans to contract with professional leagues across the globe, without needing to abandon their home or nationality. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children play baseball in a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, June 20, 2022. A similar deal, inked with Major League Baseball in the United States in 2018, would have granted Cubans the same right. Snuffed out by U.S. President Donald Trump before it could be implemented, many Cubans with big league aspirations felt they had little choice but to leave. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children play baseball in a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, June 20, 2022. A similar deal, inked with Major Leaguemore

Children play baseball in a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, June 20, 2022. A similar deal, inked with Major League Baseball in the United States in 2018, would have granted Cubans the same right. Snuffed out by U.S. President Donald Trump before it could be implemented, many Cubans with big league aspirations felt they had little choice but to leave. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan (L), 8, plays baseball with friends at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan (L), 8, plays baseball with friends at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Almore

Kevin Kindelan (L), 8, plays baseball with friends at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children from the Downtown Havana baseball team listen to instructions from a baseball coach during a match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

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Children from the Downtown Havana baseball team listen to instructions from a baseball coach during a match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children from the Downtown Havana baseball team prepare to high five the Champions team after a match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.   REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children from the Downtown Havana baseball team prepare to high five the Champions team after a match in Havanmore

Children from the Downtown Havana baseball team prepare to high five the Champions team after a match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children chat before baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children chat before baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children chat before baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Bus driver Nestor Garcia, 57, argues with a neighbor as he watches a baseball match at his home in Havana, Cuba, June 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Bus driver Nestor Garcia, 57, argues with a neighbor as he watches a baseball match at his home in Havana, Cubmore

Bus driver Nestor Garcia, 57, argues with a neighbor as he watches a baseball match at his home in Havana, Cuba, June 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cmore

A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Industriales baseball team member David Mena practices before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Industriales baseball team member David Mena practices before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havanamore

Industriales baseball team member David Mena practices before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children play baseball on the street in downtown Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children play baseball on the street in downtown Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children play baseball on the street in downtown Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan (R), 8, plays baseball with friends in downtown Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan (R), 8, plays baseball with friends in downtown Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandremore

Kevin Kindelan (R), 8, plays baseball with friends in downtown Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children react during a baseball match at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children react during a baseball match at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Menemore

Children react during a baseball match at a vacant lot in Havana, Cuba, July 18, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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A teenager plays baseball at a park in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

A teenager plays baseball at a park in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

A teenager plays baseball at a park in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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People watch children playing during baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 31, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

People watch children playing during baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 31, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Menegmore

People watch children playing during baseball practice in Havana, Cuba, May 31, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan, 8, plays a baseball video game as he is dressed by his father Luis Ramirez, 26, prior to attending a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022.   REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan, 8, plays a baseball video game as he is dressed by his father Luis Ramirez, 26, prior to attenmore

Kevin Kindelan, 8, plays a baseball video game as he is dressed by his father Luis Ramirez, 26, prior to attending a baseball lesson in Havana, Cuba, July 8, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Kevin Kindelan, 8, kisses his mother Liannet Cala, 26, as his father Luis Ramirez, 26, waits to take him to a baseball training session in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.   REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Kevin Kindelan, 8, kisses his mother Liannet Cala, 26, as his father Luis Ramirez, 26, waits to take him to a more

Kevin Kindelan, 8, kisses his mother Liannet Cala, 26, as his father Luis Ramirez, 26, waits to take him to a baseball training session in Havana, Cuba, June 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Children high five after a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children high five after a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Children high five after a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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A boy is comforted by his coach Luis Ramirez, 26, during a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.   REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

A boy is comforted by his coach Luis Ramirez, 26, during a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUmore

A boy is comforted by his coach Luis Ramirez, 26, during a baseball match in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Baseball bats lay on a field during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Baseball bats lay on a field during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Menegmore

Baseball bats lay on a field during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Baseball players practice during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Baseball players practice during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghinmore

Baseball players practice during a training session in Havana, Cuba, May 11, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Artemisa baseball team players practice before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Artemisa baseball team players practice before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21,more

Artemisa baseball team players practice before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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A baseball fan smokes a cigar during a match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

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A baseball fan smokes a cigar during a match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Industriales baseball team staff sing the Cuban National Anthem before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Industriales baseball team staff sing the Cuban National Anthem before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium more

Industriales baseball team staff sing the Cuban National Anthem before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Industriales baseball team players cheer before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

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Industriales baseball team players cheer before a match at the Latinoamericano Stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Supporters of Industriales baseball team react during a match against Artemisa at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

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Supporters of Industriales baseball team react during a match against Artemisa at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana, Cmore

A child watches a baseball match between Industriales and Artemisa at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana, Cuba, May 21, 2022.  REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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