Cuba tight-lipped on baseball plans.
Cuba has received an invitation to play in the 2009 World Baseball Classic
Jose Ramon Fernandez, a Cuban vice-president and head of the island's Olympic Committee, told AP that officials received an invitation from Major League Baseball "MLB" and "Major Leagues" redirect here. For other uses, see MLB (disambiguation) and Major Leagues (disambiguation).
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cell. last year, when Japan beat Cuba 10-6 in the final at San Diego. While a formal decision hasn't been made, it appears the second WBC will be played in March 2009.
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The issue is a sore spot with political undertones for Cuba. In late 2005, the Treasury Department denied Cuba a permit to participate after Fidel Castro had personally confirmed his country's team would accept American invitations to play.