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Baseball began relatively early in Spain thanks to the descendants
of immigrants from Cuba. They brought the sport along with them
when Cuba ceased to be a Spanish Colony. The heyday of baseball in
Spain was in the 1950s and 1960s. Owing to mass-interest in
football (soccer) many baseball clubs didn't survive into the
1970s. The Spanish public's massive shift in focus was triggered
mainly by the introduction of multiple TV channels that focused
mainly on broadcasting the soccer matches of "La Liga," the
professional First Division Spanish League. One of the few
survivors was the CB Viladecans, whose field was officially used
during the 1992 Summer Olympics.
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