Estadio Guillermón Moncada

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The scoreboard in Estadio Guillermón Moncada
Players on the field in the final series against Pinar del Río, April 2008

Estadio Guillermón Moncada is a multi-use stadium in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.[1] It is the second most important baseball stadium of the country, with a capacity for 25 000 spectators comfortably seated. The stadium was inaugurated the February 24 of 1964. It's a project of the Architect Emilio Castro.

The stadium is named after Cuban patriot Guillermón Moncada, the "Ebony Giant", one of the 29 Generals of the Wars of Independence, born in Santiago of Cuba and participates in the three wars against Spain. He dies in 1896 of tuberculosis in this city.

In its environs there are also a softball stadium, an athletics track and a soccer field and a gym for weights and judo.

This stadium is the field of the Santiago de Cuba baseball team.

Coordinates: 20°2′4″N 75°48′44″W / 20.03444°N 75.81222°W / 20.03444; -75.81222

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