On September 22, 1922, Almendares Park hosted an old-timers’ game, featuring a bunch of familiar names. El Mundo published a full play-by-play account of the game and included photos of the participants:
Here are some close-ups:
Julián Castillo, Carlos Morán
Francisco “Pancho” Morán, Luis Padrón
The teams were the “Umpires” (so named after their captain, José “Kiko” or “Quico” Magriñat, a former player who had become the top umpire in Cuba), and the “Reliquias de Yoyo,” or Yoyo’s Relics, Yo Yo being that team’s captain, the turn-of-the-century pitcher Salvador Rosado . The game ended after four innings in an amicable 3 to 3 tie.