Jose Contreras pitched game 1 of the 2005 World Series and it was a decent effort. He was helped by Joe Crede, third baseman who made several defensive plays and hit a home run.
Finally, Cotts and Jents were phenomenal from the bullpen.
On the field, Contreras beat the Astros. In Cuba, he beat Castro, who censored the game.
Cubans were not allowed to watch a baseball finals featuring one of the nation's modern baseball idols.
Contreras left Cuba a few years ago. He defected with other players.
Where are the Hollywood liberals who are constantly traveling to Cuba to kiss the regime's hand? Why aren't they complaining that Cubans can not watch a baseball game?
The world should put pressure on Castro to show the games on TV. What is Castro afraid of anyway? Is he afraid that the Cuban people will see a prosperous and free nation?