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Caribbean Series 2014 schedule: Cuba vs. Puerto Rico live stream & TV start time

Pitcher Freddy Alvarez #15 of Cuba pitchers during the World Baseball Classic Second Round Pool 1 game between the Netherland and Cuba at Tokyo Dome on March 8, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.
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Looking for their first win of the Caribbean Series 2014, Cuba’s Villa Clara takes on Puerto Rico’s Indios de Mayaguez in Tuesday’s live stream and TV start time game from Porlamar, Venezuela. According to a Feb. 3, 2014, FOX report, Cuba’s dreadful start has been overshadowed by protestors that have gathered to express their discontent with their first appearance in 50 years.

About 200 people with signs that read “Cuba Go Home” were seen outside a hotel on Margarita Island prior to Villa Clara’s opening game against Mexico. The island, which is currently under the regime of Raul Castro, will go on to lose the opener, 4-9, followed by two disappointing showings against Venezuela (5-8) and Dominican Republic (2-9).

Can Villa Clara ignore all the outside disturbances and finally get into the win column in the Caribbean Series 2014 schedule?

Estadio Nueva Esparta in Margarita Island will be the site for this afternoon’s matinee between (0-3) Cuba and (1-1) Puerto Rico. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. EST (2 p.m. CST/1 p.m. MST/Noon PST) and it will be broadcast live on ESPN Deportes.

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