Cuba

The US government has moved to end a deal between Major League Baseball and the Cuban Baseball Federation, stating that the agreement initially reached under the administration of former President Barack…

The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) has announced that the inaugural edition of its Baseball 5 Championships will take place later this month in Havana, Cuba.

Cuba is back on the radar for all the right reasons after decades-long tensions with the US eased. Barry Wilner looks at the implications for the sports industry in the country.

Major League Baseball (MLB) team the Tampa Bay Rays will travel to the Cuban capital of Havana later this month for an exhibition game against the country’s national team, it has been confirmed.

Major League Baseball team the Tampa Bay Rays will play an exhibition match in Cuba next year, if an agreement between MLB officials and the Cuban government for the staging of the game can be reached.

Major League Baseball (MLB) has maintained its stance that it would not interrupt its season to allow star players to compete in the Olympic Games, while commissioner Rob Manfred hopes the United States’ renewed diplomatic relations with Cuba can result in his organisation staging matches on the island next year.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has confirmed it is to become the first US professional sports league to visit Cuba since the two countries in December agreed to restore diplomatic relations.

Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Rob Manfred has declared his intention to play an exhibition game in Cuba next year despite a baseball official from the island country having stated that the two sides are yet to begin talks.

Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Rob Manfred has said the league is engaged in talks with the US government over the possibility of staging exhibition games in Cuba.

Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Rob Manfred has outlined his vision for two new franchises from outside the US to be added to the competition.

United States President Barack Obama’s decision to open diplomatic relations with Cuba will have a big impact in sport, especially for Major League Baseball (MLB) and boxing. Barry Wilner explains why.

The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) has appointed a son of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro as a global ambassador as it seeks to build its bid for the sports’ return to the Olympic programme.

North America’s Major League Baseball (MLB) has said it will “continue to track” developments after the President of the US, Barack Obama, announced that the country’s diplomatic relations with Cuba would be re-established.

ESPN Caribbean has acquired the rights for International Cricket Council (ICC) events and the Champions League Twenty20 through to 2015 in a deal with ESPN STAR Sports (ESS).

Chuck Blazer, the FIFA Executive Committee member who played a key role in exposing apparent corruption at the heart of global football administration earlier this year, is to resign as secretary general of the Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Football (CONCACAF).

Free-to-air Cuban public broadcaster Instituto Cubano de Radio y Televisión (ICRT) has snapped up rights to the 2012 London Olympics.

NASN has secured exclusive pan-European rights to televise the inaugural World Baseball Classic.