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Currently, there are only a handful of Cuban born players in MLB.

Danys Baez, Yuniesky Betancourt, Jose Contreas, Adrian Hernandez, Livan Hernandez, Orlando Hernandez, Eli Marrero, Kendry Morales, Vladimir Nunez, Rey Ordonez, Eddie Oropesa, Brayan Pena, Alex Sanchez, Alay Soler, and Michael Tejera.

Click on the 'MLB players born in Cuba' link on this page to see all players who have played in the majors that were born in Cuba.

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