08/29/13 - Boston.com - Native of Cuba hosts team of visiting softball players in Newton
NEWTON - A Cuban-born woman whose prominent family fled their island nation
in fear in 1959 opened her home Monday night to a group of retired
ballplayers from Cuba for a bittersweet dinner under the stars.
"Just hearing their voices - the Cuban accent - brings tears to my eyes.
It makes me young again," said Alina Bracciale, who was 4 when Fidel Castro
toppled the government of Fulgencio Batista and sent her father - a
government lawyer - into hiding.
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