2016 Play Off: Pinar wins Game 4. Ciego a win away from sweeping Industriales

GAME 4: MTZ 6, PRI 7

Pinar evened their series against Matanzas with a wild pitch scoring the go ahead run to give Pinar a 7-6 win.

William Saavedra drove in the first three runs for Pinar with an RBI single in the first and a two run homer in the third. Matanzas took a 4-3 lead with Yordan Manduley driving in the go ahead run with a double in the top of the seventh.

2016 Play Off: Matanzas leads Pinar. Ciego blanks Industriales 8-0

GAME 2: PRI 4, MTZ 10

After losing the opener to Pinar del Rio 12-2 Matanzas has fought back to win the next two. Their bats came alive in the second game with a 10-4 win, Yordan Manduley driving in three runs with two hits. Jonder Martinez got the start and held Pinar scoreless until the seventh inning to get the win.

GAME 3: MTZ 7, PRI 5

Rays vs. Cuba'2016: Rays announce roster. Cuban Dayron Varona included

The Rays have announced their roster for this Spring's exhibition game in Cuba on March 22nd, which will include Cuban born outfield prospect Dayron Varona.

Here is the full roster:

Pitchers (14): Chris Archer, Matt Andriese, Andrew Bellatti, Brad Boxberger, Xavier Cedeno, Alex Cobb, Alex Colome, Danny Farquhar, Steve Geltz, Matt Moore, Enny Romero, Drew Smyly, Ryan Webb y Chase Whitley.

2016 Postseason: CBF Releases the 2016 Postseason Schedule

While fans continue waiting for the Rays-Cuba match in March 22th in Havana, the Cuban Baseball Federation (CBF) has already set the schedules for the postseason, to allow you to set your calendar around it.

The 2016 Cuban postseason gets underway with the first semifinals game on Saturday, March 26th at 7:15 pm (ET), between the Matanzas Crocodriles (55-30) and the Pinar del Río Tobacco Growers (51-35) at the Victoria de Girón Park in Matanzas.

Baseball: MLB seeks safe passage for Cuban players

Major League Baseball is in discussions with the US government to try and alleviate human trafficking associated with Cuban athletes defecting to play baseball in the United States.

MLB has submitted a proposal to the Treasury Department which would allow Cuban players to sign directly with pro teams, MLB lawyer Dan Halem said in a report published on the league's website on Wednesday.

There has been increased pressure recently on MLB and the White House to create a way to allow for safe passage for players from the communist-ruled island to the US leagues.