Cuban travel reform a home run for Contreras
Former White Sox pitcher Jose Contreras left Cuba in 2002 to play Major League Baseball, running the risk of never seeing his friends and family in Cuba again. In January, authorities lifted some restrictions and for the first time, others like Contreras are allowed back. While some who left Cuba are uneasy about returning, Contreras took his chances, particularly to visit his elderly mother. What do you think of his visit?
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