Monday, March 20, 2017
Havana.- The Cuban capital hosts the Havana Baseball Project, aimed at promoting the learning of this sport among children who live in the city.
Usually, once a week one of the city's municipalities hosts activities where infants rotate through the gardens, box, catcher and bullpen.
For specialists, this initiative aims to promote baseball, create mass and serve as a guide to repeat the experience.
In the day the participants rotate for all positions for about an hour, then they do tests of abilities and they end with the game.
In addition, coaches consider it an excellent opportunity to detect future talents of the discipline in assessing the potential of children.