SAN DIEGO -- They won't be just two baseball teams colliding on the same field.
That, we've seen before. That, in fact, you can see every night at a stadium near you.
But when Japan meets Cuba on a historic Monday evening in San Diego, what will unfold is something bigger, something grander, something much more fascinating.
This is the championship game of the World Baseball Classic. But it's more. It's about two very different cultures colliding. It's about two very different ...
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