Castro fighting for sport he loves
On a hazy August morning in Manhattan, Antonio Castro leans over the railing of a hotel balcony to point out a couple softball fields in Central Park below.
He's in New York as a promoter of a cause. But unlike his famous father, former Cuban president Fidel Castro, whose rare, carefully screened, highly touted and tracked visits to New York for diplomatic events made headlines, Antonio -- or "Tony" as he prefers to be called -- comes without fanfare. People who've gotten to know ...
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