The 10 Greatest Cuban Major Leaguers

Baseball has long been Cuba's national obsession; but few of the island's stars ever made it to the majors. These are the best that found their way to MLB

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Camilo Pascual

7. Camilo Pascual

A five-time All Star pitcher for the Washington Senators and Minnesota Twins, Pascual – nicknamed "Little Potato" – utilized a devastating curveball that enabled him to lead the AL in strikeouts three times during the early 1960s. He averaged 17 wins a season from 1959 through 1964, including two 20-win seasons.

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