Baseball At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Team Squads - Cuba

Cuba

Manager: 6 - Antonio Pacheco.

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Club
99 P Pedro Luis Lazo April 15, 1973 Pinar del Río
42 P Miguel Lahera January 24, 1985 La Habana
45 P Jonder Martínez June 22, 1978 La Habana
64 P Elier Sánchez October 4, 1986 Camagüey
62 P Yadier Pedroso April 9, 1986 La Habana
23 P Vicyohandri Odelín June 26, 1980 Camagüey
16 P Adiel Palma August 20, 1970 Cienfuegos
32 P Norberto González October 10, 1979 Cienfuegos
20 P Norge Luis Vera October 3, 1971 Santiago de Cuba
74 P Luis Miguel Rodríguez June 3, 1973 Holguín
8 C Ariel Pestano January 31, 1974 Villa Clara
40 C Rolando Meriño February 17, 1971 Santiago de Cuba
C Eriel Sánchez April 12, 1975 Sancti Spíritus
55 IF Alexander Mayeta February 22, 1977 Industriales
28 IF Héctor Olivera April 5, 1985 Santiago de Cuba
10 IF Yulieski Gourriel June 9, 1984 Sancti Spíritus
12 IF Michel Enríquez February 11, 1979 Isla de la Juventud
2 IF Eduardo Paret October 23, 1972 Villa Clara
3 IF Luis Miguel Navas February 2, 1980 Santiago de Cuba
1 OF Giorvis Duvergel September 8, 1979 Guantánamo
14 OF Yoandry Urgellés July 28, 1981 Industriales
88 OF Alexei Bell October 2, 1983 Santiago de Cuba
24 OF Frederich Cepeda April 8, 1980 Sancti Spíritus
54 OF Alfredo Despaigne June 17, 1986 Granma

Yunieski Maya and Yulieski González were originally named, but were replaced with Miguel Lahera and Elier Sánchez.

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