Matanzas leads in 60th Cuban National Baseball Series

The Matanzas Crocodiles are at the top of the 60th Cuban National Baseball Series, after defeating Santiago de Cuba by a score of one to nothing and taking advantage of Camaguey's loss to Industriales, two to one.

Matanzas had an excellent opening by the winning pitcher Yoel Cruz, who hung seven zeros and allowed only four hits.  He had the support, during the eighth and ninth innings, of David Mena, who now has nine games saved.

In the Latinoamericano Stadium, the Industriales came from below in the sixth inning to tie, thanks to an error by Humberto Bravo.  Then, in the bottom of the ninth, they left the Bulls on the field with consecutive singles by Andrés Hernández and Cristian López, a sacrifice by Frank Camilo Morejón and sacrifice fly by Yoasán Guillén.

Cienfuegos took revenge for Tuesday's setback by beating Granma by a score of 6 x 3, with the sixth single success for winning pitcher Yasmany Insua and Carlos Ramirez's number eight save game.  Luis Vicente Mateo came through in the attack with four unstoppable hits in five times at bat.  Guillermo Avilés hit a home run for the defeated team.

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Tribute to the Natural Guajiro

Artemisa, Cuba - This Thursday, November 26, in Candelaria, a well-deserved tribute was paid to Polo Montañez for his 18 years of physical disappearance.

The occasion was propitious to remember stories of the Natural Guajiro through audiovisuals of some of his concerts; there were those who could not contain the tears, one of them his sister Aurora.

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Cuba's National Ballet to pay tribute to Fidel Castro

Havana - Cuba's National Ballet (BNC) will pay tribute this Thursday to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, with a gala that will also be dedicated to health workers.

Fidel provided an unconditional support to the company since the Revolution triumphed in 1959, and maintained a close friendly relationship with Cuban prima ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso.

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A US photographer along with Fidel Castro (+Photos)

Havana - My opinion about Fidel Castro of being 56 years old is the same: he was a 22nd-century man with incredible sensitivity and memory, Roberto Salas, protagonist of the so-called epic photography in Cuba, recalls on Wednesday.

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