Bill Littlefield and The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo join us to talk about Major League Baseball's return to Cuba and President Obama's kind words for David Ortiz. And, checking in with the Red Sox at spring training.
- "The scene was a remarkable milestone for sports diplomacy as the two presidents try to set aside more than 50 years of Cold War hostility during which about the only thing the countries agreed on was a shared love of baseball."
- "President Obama cited Boston’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013, and in particular David Ortiz’s famous speech at Fenway Park, as he explained why he chose to attend Tuesday’s baseball game in Havana following terrorist attacks in Belgium."
- "Steven Wright allowed singles to four of the first five batters, as the Marlins took a 2-0 lead."
This segment aired on March 23, 2016.