Stephen D. Keener, Little League International president, left, holds still for photos as he gifts a jersey to Antonio Castro, son of Cuba's late leader Fidel Castro who represents Cuban baseball, during a ceremony in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Cuban baseball and Little League International are launching a relationship that will allow young Cuban players to participate in international Little League tournaments, following a MLB deal with the Cuban Baseball Federation allowing Cuban players to legally play professionally in the U.S. for the first time.
Stephen D. Keener, Little League International president, left, holds still for photos as he gifts a jersey to Antonio Castro, son of Cuba's late leader Fidel Castro who represents Cuban baseball, during a ceremony in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Cuban baseball and Little League International are launching a relationship that will allow young Cuban players to participate in international Little League tournaments, following a MLB deal with the Cuban Baseball Federation allowing Cuban players to legally play professionally in the U.S. for the first time. Ramon Espinosa AP Photo
Stephen D. Keener, Little League International president, left, holds still for photos as he gifts a jersey to Antonio Castro, son of Cuba's late leader Fidel Castro who represents Cuban baseball, during a ceremony in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Cuban baseball and Little League International are launching a relationship that will allow young Cuban players to participate in international Little League tournaments, following a MLB deal with the Cuban Baseball Federation allowing Cuban players to legally play professionally in the U.S. for the first time. Ramon Espinosa AP Photo