By Dr. Paul G. Kengor
Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
“MLB remained absent-mindedly and cowardly mute on the Cuban people’s freedom struggles, despite the game’s close ties with Cuban players.”
So writes David, a reader of my columns.
David continues: “The league has no excuse now for dodging the political issues of the day as they arise. Aroldis Chapman represented the New York Yankees at the All-Star Game in Denver – and he certainly to his credit didn’t shy away from the hot-button issue of the week: the ongoi...