Cuba’s former MLB star Marrero turns 102 – BBC News
The oldest living Major League Baseball player, Connie Marrero turned 102 today. He played for the Washington Senators in the 1950s. He went 39-40 with three winning seasons. His stats from Baseball Reference.
Marrero recently got a lump sum in lieu of the pension he never got because he stayed in his native Cuba after the revolution. He’s not doing too well, but sports a curly W cap and a “CUBA” t-shirt in the style of the Chicago Cubs in the video that is included in the story linked above.