As the Cuban National Baseball Team Visits Miami, Emotions Run Deep

From a Washington Post story by Chelsea Janes headlined “As the Cuban national baseball team visits Miami, emotions run deep”:

Until Sunday, the Cuban national baseball team had not played in Miami since Fidel Castro rose to power in 1959.

The island’s signature team has played in the United States in the decades since — but not in this stateside hub of the Cuban diaspora, a city reshaped by Cubans fleeing political and economic repression. More than 750,000 people born in Cuba live in the Miami area. Hundreds of thousands more claim Cuban heritage.