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Cuba VS USA: the best thing the Cubans did in the game was protest

Mexico City, Mexico-.In a game marked by lthe protests, the United States team defeated Cuba (14-2) and will now play the final of the World Classic next Tuesday March 21 against Mexico or Japan.

The nine innings, although they were an ordeal for the Cuban team that failed to connect at the right moments or dominate in pitching; they did lead to continuous protests.

During the game three men took to the field with messages of freedom. The first of them was Danilo Maldonado, known as “El Sexto”.

That man who took to the field today spent 10 months in jail. He was arrested on December 26, 2015 on the Malecón in Havana when he was driving a car towards Central Park, with two pigs, to do a performance. The pigs were inscribed with the names “Fidel” and “Raúl” respectively.


During the game, cheers from “Díaz-Canel singao” were also heard continuously and behind Home the influencer Alex Otaola and the singer “La Diosa” were captured by the cameras. He first carried a sign that said: “The road is the street”, while the interpreter’s called for “freedom”.

Before the game began, thousands of Cubans poured into Miami’s LoanDepot Park stadium, carrying with them banners calling for freedom for Cuba and its political prisoners. The exiles also carried Cuban flags, photos of prisoners of conscience and T-shirts with messages against the dictatorship.

On Sunday afternoon, the mayor of Miami, Francis Suárez, reported that the Marlins team had authorizedfans who wish to enter the stadium with bannersCuban flags and T-shirts bearing the inscription “Patria y vida”.

Cubanet, which broadcast live from the facility, published images of how the authorities of the sports complex did not allow the passage of most of the signs carried by the exiles, and even denied entry to part of the public with T-shirts that read: freedom for Cuba.

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