Here’s a classic baseball cap I’d like to wear.  Fidel Castro pitches an exhibition game for “Los Barbudos,” in 1959, shortly after he came to power.  The team was named after the nickname of his Cuban revolutionary group, meaning “the bearded ones.”  Fidel was never much of a ballplayer, but he’s always been a lover of baseball.
More about Fidel’s brief baseball “career” on Mop Up Duty.
(via Kottke)

Here’s a classic baseball cap I’d like to wear.  Fidel Castro pitches an exhibition game for “Los Barbudos,” in 1959, shortly after he came to power.  The team was named after the nickname of his Cuban revolutionary group, meaning “the bearded ones.”  Fidel was never much of a ballplayer, but he’s always been a lover of baseball.

More about Fidel’s brief baseball “career” on Mop Up Duty.

(via Kottke)