|Competitor for Cuba|
|Baseball World Cup|
|Pan American Games|
|Gold||1995 Mar del Plata||Team|
|Gold||2003 Santo Domingo||Team|
|Gold||2007 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
|Central American and Caribbean Games|
Paret was the starting shortstop on the Cuban teams that won gold medals at the 1996 and 2004 Summer Olympics and second place at the 2006 World Baseball Classic. He was named most valuable player of the 2005 World Cup of Baseball after going 12 for 19 with 8 stolen bases in the tournament.
In July 1997, Paret and his Villa Clara teammates Osmani García and Angel López spoke with Cuban defector Rolando Arrojo by telephone. As a result, they were banned from Cuban baseball for "maintaining contact with baseball traitors." The ban has since been lifted. On July 28, 2006, ESPN.com reported that Paret and Yulieski Gourriel had defected from Cuba and into Colombia. . Days later, Gourriel denied the report.
- "Eduardo Paret Pérez" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2006-10-10.[dead link]
- "World Cup Baseball 2005". official site.
- Jamail, Milton H. (2000). Full Count: Inside Cuban Baseball. Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. p. 88. ISBN 0-8093-2310-9.
- "Report: Cuban baseball players defect in Colombia". ESPN.com news services. Retrieved July 28, 2006.
- Rojas, Enrique. "Cuban star Gourriel has no interest in deserting". ESPNdeportes.com. Retrieved August 1, 2006.
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