|Cuba national baseball team|
|Federation||Baseball Federation of Cuba|
|Confederation||Pan American Baseball Confederation|
|Current||8 1 (31 December 2022)|
|Highest||1 (December 2012)|
|Lowest||11 (2 times; latest in August 2021)|
|World Baseball Classic|
|Appearances||4 (first in 2006)|
|Best result||2nd (1 time, in 2006)|
|Appearances||5 (first in 1992)|
|Best result||1st (3 times, most recent in 2004)|
|Appearances||35 (first in 1939)|
|Best result||1st (25 times, most recent in 2005)|
|Appearances||13 (first in 1979)|
|Best result||1st (10 times, most recent in 2006)|
|Pan American Games|
|Appearances||16 (first in 1951)|
|Best result||1st (12 times, most recent in 2007)|
The Cuba national baseball team (Spanish: Selección de béisbol de Cuba) represents Cuba at regional and international levels. The team is made up from the most professional players from the Cuban national baseball system. Cuba has been described as a baseball powerhouse and currently ranks 7th in WBSC's world rankings. It has medalled in all five Olympics in which baseball was played. Cuba played in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. The team tried but failed to qualify for the 2020 Olympics at the eight-team Americas Qualifying Event on May 31 through June 5, 2021.
|Cuba roster - 2020 Summer Olympics Qualifier|
The following is a list of professional baseball match results currently active in the latest version of the WBSC World Rankings, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
Win Lose Void or postponed Fixture
|World Baseball Classic GS||March 8||Cuba||Netherlands||Taichung Stadium, Taiwan|
|World Baseball Classic GS||March 9||Italy||Cuba||Taichung Stadium, Taiwan|
|World Baseball Classic GS||March 10||Cuba||Panama||Taichung Stadium, Taiwan|
|World Baseball Classic GS||March 12||Chinese Taipei||Cuba||Taichung Stadium, Taiwan|
|Caribbean Cup GS||June 26||Cuba||14–7||Curaçao||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup GS||June 27||Cuba||9–1||Peru||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup GS||June 28||U.S. Virgin Islands||Void||Cuba||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup GS||June 30||Curaçao||0–7||Cuba||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup GS||July 1||Cuba||Void||U.S. Virgin Islands||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup GS||July 2||Peru||0–13||Cuba||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Caribbean Cup F||July 3||Curaçao||4–3||Cuba||Daou Ballpark, Curaçao|
|Pan American Games GS||July 29||Cuba||1–6||Colombia||Campo de Béisbol, Peru|
|10:00 PET||Boxscore||Attendance: 2,456|
|Pan American Games GS||July 30||Canada||8–6||Cuba||Campo de Béisbol, Peru|
|19:00 PET||Boxscore||Attendance: 1,123|
|Pan American Games GS||July 31||Cuba||10–0 (F/7)||Argentina||Campo de Béisbol, Peru|
|15:00 PET||Boxscore||Attendance: 987|
|Pan American Games 5th||August 3||Dominican Republic||10–9 (F/10)||Cuba||Campo de Béisbol, Peru|
|15:00 PET||Boxscore||Attendance: 2,415|
|WBSC Premier12 GS||November 6||Canada||3–0||Cuba||Gocheok Dome, South Korea|
|12:00 KST||Boxscore||Attendance: 250|
|WBSC Premier12 GS||November 7||Australia||2–3||Cuba||Gocheok Dome, South Korea|
|12:00 KST||Boxscore||Attendance: 252|
|WBSC Premier12 GS||November 8||Cuba||0–7||South Korea||Gocheok Dome, South Korea|
|19:00 KST||Boxscore||Attendance: 13,600|
|Haarlem Week GS||July 14||Germany||5–4||Cuba||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Haarlem Week GS||July 15||Cuba||1–7||Japan||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Haarlem Week GS||July 16||Italy||7–3||Cuba||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Haarlem Week GS||July 17||Netherlands||6–4||Cuba||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Haarlem Week GS||July 19||Cuba||2–12||Chinese Taipei||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Haarlem Week R1R||July 20||Germany||1–7||Cuba||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 20||Cuba||5–0||Mexico||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|15:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 2,500|
|Haarlem Week 4th||July 21||Italy||5–9||Cuba||Mulier Stadium, Netherlands|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 21||Panama||0–1||Cuba||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|15:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 1,000|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 22||Cuba||1–8||Puerto Rico||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|20:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 9,500|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 24||Venezuela||2–1||Cuba||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|20:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 700|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 26||Cuba||13–1 (F/8)||Dominican Republic||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|20:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 1,000|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 27||Nicaragua||3–11||Cuba||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|10:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 200|
|Central American & Caribbean Games||July 29||Cuba||3–1||Colombia||Estadio Rentería, Colombia|
|20:00 COT||Boxscore||Attendance: 12,000|
Cuba competed in the inaugural 2006 World Baseball Classic (WBC) tournament, despite the controversy of Cuban involvement and the United States embargo against Cuba. In the final, Cuba lost the gold medal to Japan, 10–6.
This was the second time Cuba competed at the 2009 WBC Pool B stage, at Foro Sol in Mexico City. Cuba continued to advance to the second round with wins over South Africa and Australia. Cuba lost to Japan twice in the 2nd round, and were eliminated.
They last were eliminated before the start of the final stage of any international tournament in 1951.
This was the third time Cuba competed at the 2013 WBC Pool A stage, in the Fukuoka Dome in Fukuoka, Japan. Cuba advanced in the tournament against: China, Japan, and newcomers Brazil. Cuba moved on to the second round in Pool 1 to defeat the Netherlands, losing 6–2. Cuba defeated Chinese Taipei, 14–0. They played a face off game with previous competitors, the Netherlands, and lost 7–6. Just as in 2009, Cuba was eliminated in the path to competing in the finals.
At the 2017 World Baseball Classic, Cuban hitters Frederich Cepeda and Alfredo Despaigne had the distinction in WBC history to be the only players that each hit six home runs in their careers in the WBC.
The team had a 2–1 record in the first round. It was led by slugger Despaigne, who took over as the all-time WBC home-run leader.
Cuba advanced into the second round, where it lost its first game to undefeated Pool A winner Team Israel. Former Major League starting pitcher Jason Marquis (in 5.2 innings) and three Team Israel relief pitchers (including Brad Goldberg and Josh Zeid, who both threw 96 mph fastballs) kept Cuba to five hits and one run, a homer by Despaigne, who became the all-time World Baseball Classic home run leader. Pool A MVP catcher Ryan Lavarnway had two hits for Israel. Cuba went on to lose all 3 games they played and failed to advance to the championship round.
Cuba has been the most successful Cuba national team at the Olympics bringing home three gold medals and two silver medals. They have the distinction of being one of two nations to compete in the first five baseball contests at the Summer Olympic Games since it has been an event that started at the [[Olympic.
On June 1, 2021, Cuba was eliminated from qualification for the 2020 Olympics, marking their first failure to qualify for the games.
Cuba was originally slated to host the 2009 Baseball World Cup, however, they willingly gave up the honor to Europe. In an effort to help baseball grow as a sport in Europe, the Baseball World Cup was hosted by a whole continent for the first time in history. The 2009 Baseball World Cup took place from September 9–27. Seven European countries hosted and participated in the tournament of 22 teams. The event was made up of five groups consisting of four teams each, for a total of 20 teams. Italy (Bollate, Bologna, Codogno, Florence, Macerata, Milano, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Rimini, San Marino, Torino, Trieste, Verona & Vicenza) and Netherlands (Rotterdam, Haarlem & Amsterdam) served as hosts of the sixteen teams of the second round (September 14–20), and therefore received first round byes. The groups are as follows:
World Baseball Classic
|Puerto Rico / United States 2006||2nd|
|Mexico / United States 2009||6th|
|World Baseball Classic record||Qualification record|
|2006||Final||5||3||44||43||No qualifiers held|
|2009||Round 2||6th||4||2||36||24||No qualifiers held|
|2013||Round 2||5th||4||2||45||18||Automatically qualified|
|2017||Round 2||7th||2||4||23||40||Automatically qualified|
|2023||To be determined||Automatically qualified|