Santo Domingo.- Caribbean Baseball Confederation president Juan Francisco Puello on Tuesday announced it will evaluate Cuba's request to take part as a guest in the 2013 Caribbean Series slated for Hermosillo, Mexico.
He said the situation could be clarified in the coming days in a meeting with the presidents of the Confederation’s four leagues. "It's something that we’ll discuss at length from now on, we’ll see what would be most convenient for the Caribbean Series, establish some economic issues among other things."
Quoted by listin.com.do, Puello said even if Cuba is allowed to compete it wouldn’t change the Series’ new format, hammered out in the recent meeting in Hermosillo. “It would involve five teams and then there would be a different one which would rest every day and so on."