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ESPN and Deportes ready for today’s 1:30 p.m. ET #MLBinCuba game

In advance of today’s MLB game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Team Cuba (ESPN and ESPN Deportes, 1:30 p.m. ET), Front Row shares some photos from first-time Cuba visitor, ESPN Communications Vice President Mike Soltys. ESPN Deportes, Beisbol Esta Noche, SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and various platforms continue to have complete coverage from Havana.

President of ESPN, John Skipper (left) with ESPN’s Pedro Gomez at Estadio Latinoamericano.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

Hannah Storm (left) with Eduardo Perez on SportsCenter from Havana, Cuba.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

Outside the Lines producer Tim Hayes.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

The ESPN Deportes production truck (l) and the ESPN unit(r) – both have been used in producing the networks’ extensive coverage of #MLBinCuba.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

A credential verification sheet for today’s game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Cuban National team.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

Fans line up outside at Estadio Latinoamericano in Havana, Cuba for today’s historic game.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

The ESPN production office in Havana.

 (Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

Inside the ESPN Deportes production truck – the network, like ESPN, will have today’s game live at 1:30 p.m. ET.

 (Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

Outside the Lines’ Bob Ley reporting from Cuba.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)

(l-r) Karl Ravech, Eduardo Perez and Doug Glanville on SportsCenter in Estadio Latinoamericano in Havana, Cuba.

(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
(Mike Soltys/ESPN)
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