The exhibition game took place at the conclusion of Obama’s historic, three-day trip to Cuba. When asked about the deadly attacks in Brussels, Obama defended his decision to attend the game, saying terrorists aim to “disrupt people’s ordinary lives.”
Obama with Cuban President Raul Castro, right, at a baseball game in Havana Tuesday.
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Obama, who arrived in Cuba on Sunday, sat with his family and Cuban President Raul Castro at the exhibition game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team. It was the first game between an MLB team and the Cuban team in 17 years.
The Obama family, left, and Cuban President Raul Castro, right, at the game Tuesday.
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